Scott Ethier

Scott Ethier (he/him) is a composer, pianist, and musical omnivore whose work draws on his background in jazz, classical music, and theater.  Composer: Commissions/premieres/workshops of concert and theater work by Macon Symphony Orchestra (composer-in-residence), VocalEssence, Berklee College of Music, Playwrights Horizons, Two River Theatre, TheatreworksUSA, Queens Theatre, Theatreworks Silicon Valley, Kaufman Music Center, and La Mama E.T.C. among others.  Music published by Boosey & Hawkes. Fellowships/Awards: Richard Rodgers Award – American Academy of Arts and Letters, Dramatists Guild Fellow, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, New Dramatists Composer-Librettist Workshop Studio, BMI Musical Theater Workshop, American Composers Forum’s Continental Harmony Commission. Pianist/accompanist/orchestrator: Lincoln Center Theater, Kaufman Music Center, Mark Morris Dance Group, American Opera Project, and many others. Member: Dramatists Guild, A.F.M. Local 802. Latest: music for Messenger Theatre Company’s audio drama podcasts The Dragoning and The Chip, and for the documentary The Arc of Oblivion (Werner Herzog, Exec. Prod.).

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