Environmental Rhythm Etude No. 1 selected for the 2015 International Computer Music Conference. (4/28/15)


Environmental Rhythm Etude No. 1 selected for the 2015 SEAMUS National Conference. (12/15/14)


I have been hired as Assistant Professor of Digital Arts at Stetson University. (3/14/14)


Tiger Style Games announces its new game, Spider: Rite of the Shrouded Moon, with music by Ethan Greene. Release scheduled for Summer 2015. (1/1/14)


Lissajous (2013) for vibraphone and live electronics, selected as the Region VI Winner in the 2013 SCI/ASCAP Student Competition. (10/7/13)


New collaboration with choreographer Kathy Wasik announced for November 22-23 at Triskelion Arts in New York. (8/7/13)


I have been hired as Visiting Assistant Professor of Music at Tennessee State University for the 2013-14 school year, teaching music theory, technology and film audio. (8/1/13)


I am excited to collaborate with renowned choreographer Deborah Hay on her new installation, “Perception Unfolds,” premiering at the Blanton Museum of Art next year. I’ve had a lot of fun creating a live-generated, “almost rhythmic” soundscape of synthesized Risset drums in surround sound… More info soon! (7/15/13)


Sarunas Jankauskas commissions a new work for clarinet and percussion, to be premiered early 2014. (7/15/13)



A Way Home awarded the Boston Metro Opera Mainstage Award, to be produced this May at the Boston Contempo Festival. (2/15/13)


Watch this cool new video of Lissajous, for vibraphone and electronics; performance by Adam Groh (who commissioned the piece and, I might add, was amazing to work with). (12/12/12)


Back by popular demand, A Way Home returns to the Opera Southwest mainstage at the National Hispanic Cultural Center in Albuquerque, NM! Dates set for the Jan-Feb, 2013 run. (10/17/12)


COMMISSION ALERT: Fountain City Ensemble: new work for flute, clarinet, sax, percussion, and live electronics; this will be my dissertation! (10/1/12)


My Parents’ Phone Number, for rotary phone and electronics, selected for the official 2012 International Computer Music Conference CD, performed Sept. 9 on the opening concert in Ljubljana, Slovenia. (9/1/12)


COMMISSION ALERT: Adam Groh: Lissajous, for vibraphone & electronics. Premiere set for October 12, 2012. (9/1/12)


Ethan to premiere three new songs on poems by Cornelius Eady at the Virginia Arts Festival’s John Duffy Composers Institute (6/6/12)


Dancing as may be credible awarded First Prize in the Austin Peay State University Young Composers Competition (5/1/12)


Waking Mars (with music by Ethan), for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, hits the iTunes store today! (2/29/12)


The Conspirator: The Plot to Kill Lincoln with original score by Ethan, airs on National Geographic Channel, April 12, 2011. (4/1/11)


Ethan chosen for Etchings Festival 2011 in southern France this summer –> The East Coast Contemporary Ensemble will premiere a new work by Ethan for sax, bassoon, violin, viola and percussion. (3/30/11)


Ethan wins Opera Southwest’s Brabson Composition Competition —> A Way Home to be orchestrated for large ensemble in 2012 (11/1/10)


COMMISSION ALERT: Houston Grand Opera commissions Ethan to write a new bilingual opera for young audiences. (8/1/09)


Spider: The Secret of Bryce Manor(with sound design by Ethan), for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, hits the iTunes store! (7/1/09)


For more news, please talk to Ethan. He’ll fill you in…




Nice piece on Alison O’Daniel’s The Tuba Thieves (featuring some of my sounds) in LA Weekly (8/13)


Albuquerque Journal article on A Way Home (2/12/13)


Maplewood Matters article on The Conspirator: The Plot to Kill Lincoln, on National Geographic Network and DVD release, with original score by Ethan Greene (1/12)


An interview with Ethan Frederick Greene in Her Royal Majesty


Review of Night Sky in WHITEHOT Magazine


Personal History: Ethan Greene in FADER


Alison O’Daniel discusses Night Sky in ARTFORUM


Review of Aerial Ballet at SoundSpace Blanton


Reviews of Spider: The Secret of Bryce Manor (sound design by EFG)


A Way Home: news on Houston Grand Opera’s performances of my chamber opera


Ethan featured on Rice University’s website


Review of Juventas New Music Ensemble performance of The mind is like a monkey, swinging from branch to branch through the forest.