An extremely versatile composer, Hannah Y Greene has written music for the concert stage, ensembles and orchestra, choir, stage theatre, and film. Whichever the medium, Hannah enjoys writing music to help convey a story or emotion. Her musical style was described by composer Christopher Young as “introspective beauty.”
Hannah’s past work includes music for solo and ensemble pieces performed by groups such as The Playground Ensemble, The Sage Ensemble, commissions by soprano Sarah Cambidge and harpist Rebecca Moritzky, and a performance by Gi-Yeon Huh at the Open Space Festival of New Music at the University of Northern Colorado. She has also written new music for the Doors Open Event in Milwaukee to highlight the historic Ambassador Hotel. She scored music for the stage theatre productions of “Frankenstein,” “WASP,” “The Myth of Pegasus,” and “Hamlet” and scored multiple films such as “The Saddest Smile,” “Macbeth of Scotland Inc.,” and “Reconcile.”
Hannah also has experience as a music educator: teaching piano, music theory, and composition. She has done work as an orchestrator, copyist, transcriber, score editor, score supervisor, and recording ensembles including a 110-piece orchestra. Many prominent professionals Hannah has worked with include studying piano with Alyson Hayes-Myers, Dr. Grace Asquith, and Hsing-Ay Hsu. During her Bachelor of Composition she worked with composers Dr. Chris Malloy, William Hill, and Leanna Kirchoff. While studying in Ireland, Hannah had the pleasure to work with leading film and game industry people such as Andy Hill, Garry Schyman, Richard Bellis, Christopher Young, and Conrad Pope.
Hannah Greene earned an Associate of Art in Graphic Design and Photography from Front Range Community College and continues to do projects in 2D and 3D art forms. She completed her Bachelor of Composition at the University of Denver in the fall of 2013. In 2015, Hannah studied in Dublin, Ireland earning a Master’s in Scoring for Film and Visual Media at Dublin Institute of Technology. She currently resides in Atlanta, GA with her husband, 1 year old girl, cats and dog.
Composer | Orchestrator | Teacher