Praised for her “warm creamy voice" and “singing with a poignancy and molten resonance", Canadian mezzo-soprano Patricia Green has gained international renown for her remarkable versatility and exceptional musicianship. Her busy career has taken her to the MUSICA Festival in Strasbourg with l’Orchestre de Radio-France, the Concertgebouw with the Dutch Radio Philharmonic, and to Haifa with the Northern Israel Symphony for the opening of the Baha’i Terrace Gardens. Ms. Green has performed extensively at the Kennedy Center in Washington with the Theatre Chamber Players, the National Symphony and Washington Choral Arts. She has performed at Zankel Hall, Merkin Hall, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the St. Lawrence Center, Roy Thomson Hall, and the Glen Gould Studio. Ms Green has appeared with conductors Pierre Boulez, Leonard Slatkin, Peter Eötvös, J. Reilly Lewis, Zoltan Pesko, Sir David Willcocks, Reinbert de Leeuw, Pascal Rophé, Noel Edison, and Gustav Meier.

She “brilliantly conveyed" Marie in Berg’s Wozzeck at the Yerba Buena Arts Centre in San Francisco with Ensemble Parallele and in a second production at the Astoria Festival (Oregon). At the Robert Helps Festival her performances of 'Letters from Cathy', 'M is for Man' and 'Passegiata in tram in America' by Louis Andriessen garnered raves reviews. She sang Handel's Messiah with the Paranjoti Choir and the Symphony Orchestra of India at the National Centre for the Performing Arts in Mumbai. Her recital in the Glazunov Hall of the St. Petersburg Conservatory (Russia) received a standing ovation.One of seven international cast members in the opera 'Kopernikus' by Claude Vivier directed by Stanislaus Nordey, she toured France, England and Canada.

In chamber music and oratorio, she has been featured with organizations across the U.S. and Canada including the Cathedral Choral Society, Washington Bach Consort, Library of Congress Concerts, Bethlehem Bach Society, Soundstreams Canada, Baltimore Choral Arts, Russian Chamber Arts, Left Bank Chamber Music, Opera in Concert, United States Memorial Holocaust Museum Chamber Music series and at the Elora Festival, the Wolf Trap Festival, Scotia Festival of Music, and the Michoacan Tri-National Arts Festival in Mexico.

As a performer of new music, she has created more than 30 world premieres and worked with composers Pierre Boulez, R.Murray Schafer, the late Gyorgy Ligeti, Hilary Tann, Pascal Dusapin, Lori Laitman, M. Eggert, Shulamit Ran, Laura Schwendinger, David Del Tredici, Heinz Holliger and Alexander Goehr; performing with Aventa Ensemble, New Music Concerts, Vancouver New Music, Ensemble Parallèle, Cygnus, Left Bank Quartet, Posthoornkerk concerts (Amsterdam) and Continuum in London.

Her performances have been broadcast nationally on television and radio across Europe and North America. CD's on the Blue Griffin Recording label are LA VOIX NUE - Works for unaccompanied voice by living composers. ABSCONDITUS - works of Sidney Corbett with violinist Sarah Plum, UNSLEEPING – Songs of Living Composers and THE ICE AGE and BEYOND – Works of Canadian Women Composers. Featured also on six recordings with Newport Classics, Albany Records, and Live Unity Productions.

A passionate educator, she is Head of the Voice Area and Professor of Voice at the University of Western Ontario and is on faculty at the summer opera program La Musica Lirica in Novafeltria, Italy.