Dylan Greene

Dylan Greene

Dylan Hunter Chee Greene (b.1993) is a Chinese-American drummer, composer, producer, and improvisor. Driven to make a diverse body of work, Greene’s music spans multiple genres and mediums, leading him to perform and create with elders such as Shahzad Ismaily, Sō Percussion, Leila Adu, Mark Stuart, David Scher, and Jeff Dolven. He has gone on to perform with Grammy-nominated artists A Far Cry chamber orchestra; Bessie Award-winning choreographers Rebecca Lazier and Christopher Williams; MacArthur Fellowship-winning composer Matthew Aucoin; and the Peabody Award-winning podcast Radiolab. His commissioned music for choreography and installation has been heard at Alvin Ailey, the Peabody Essex Museum, the Detroit Institute of the Arts, the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, and the Mark Morris Dance Center. He has been a fellow at the Avaloch Farm Music Institute, MASS MoCA with Bang on a Can, and in 2018 with Onebeat—an initiative of Found Sound Nation supported by the U.S. Department of State.