Eli Greenhoe

Precollege Faculty:
Theory, Ear Training

Eli Greenhoe (b. 1994) is a composer, songwriter, conductor, and guitarist hailing from Brooklyn, New York. His works have been commissioned and performed by such artists and ensembles as loadbang, Bergamot Quartet, Aki Takahashi, S.E.M. Ensemble, and George Manahan, among others. His music has been programmed at the Bang on a Can, Chatter, Yellow Barn, Ostrava Days (CZ), and Tokyo to New York (JP) festivals. In 2018 he was awarded a Charles Ives Scholarship from the American Academy of Arts and Letters. In 2021, he was selected as a finalist in the Beth Morrison Projects “Next Generation” program.

A performing songwriter since age 10, Greenhoe has led bands in New York City and elsewhere nearly his entire life. He is also active in interdisciplinary collaboration: most recently he scored Sanctuary, a film by Max Bowens, which was selected to be screened at the 2020 Maryland Film Festival. Greenhoe is a DMA candidate at the Yale School of Music, where he completed his Master of Music degree in 2018. He received his Bachelor of Music degree in 2016 from Manhattan School of Music, where he studied with Reiko Füting.

Manhattan School of Music Precollege Faculty since 2021.

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