Born and raised in Severna Park, Maryland, Ella Green is a Nashville based performer. Growing up with an orchestra conductor as a father and a singer as a mother, making music has been one of the most important parts of her life since she was born. She has been vocally trained in many different styles, with a foundation in classical technique. She began her training and the Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University - Preparatory Institute. Here she studied classical vocal techniques with an emphasis in legit musical theater styles.
From there she went on to attend Belmont University to pursue a BFA in Musical Theater. There she studied many vocal styles including Jazz, Pop, Musical Theater (legit and belt), Classical, and Country. She also studied dance styles including Ballet, Tap, Jazz, and Modern. Some of Ella's performing credits include Alice Murphy in Bright Star (Belmont University), Martha in The Secret Garden (Live Arts Maryland), Rona Lisa Peretti in 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Murfreesboro Center for the Arts), and Marmee in Little Women (Belmont University), "Light of the World" soloist in Godspell (Infinity Theatre Co.), and others.