Ethan Boxley is one of the finest up and coming young composers in America. Trained by professors Cherise Leiter and Robert Miller of MSU and currently studying with Hans Thomalla at Northwestern University’s Beinen School of Music, Boxley is highly skilled in a variety of compositional genres, including orchestral music,  chamber and choral music, and filmscoring.

His goal is to compose music which is beautiful and accessible, and also incorporates the and complexity of earlier forms. His work has won a number of competitions.  A master pianist, Boxley has studied for fifteen years, and has loved improvising on the piano from an early age. His improvisation has provided music for theatre performances, church services, and coffeehouses.