Eli Greenhoe (b. 1994) is a composer from Brooklyn, New York. His music has been performed by such groups as the Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra, Manhattan School of Music Symphony, and the SEM ensemble, among others. Recent performances include orchestral premieres conducted by George Manahan and Nicholas DeMaison, respectively, and works commissioned and premiered by Aki Takahashi and Thomas Piercy, William Lang (of loadbang) and Carrie Frey (of Chartreuse). Upcoming projects include a new work for loadbang, a commission from violin/viola duo andPlay, and a new work for the Yale Philharmonia.
Eli has twice (2013, 2016) been a finalist in the ASCAP Morton Gould Competition and has received honorable mention recognition from both the Columbus Symphony Orchestra and loadbang in their respective calls for scores. Additionally, upon graduating from the Manhattan School of Music, Mr. Greenhoe was awarded both the Nicholas Flagello award for excellence in composition and the Carl Kanter prize for orchestral music.
Eli Greenhoe received his B.M. from the Manhattan School of Music in 2016, where he studied with Reiko Füting. He is currently pursuing his M.M. at the Yale School of Music with Martin Bresnick and Christopher Theofanidis. He received additional training at the Eastman School of Music, where he worked primarily with Carlos Sanchez-Gutierrez.