Dylan Hunter Chee Greene

Dylan Hunter Chee Greene is an Asian American electronic jazz musician and from the Pacific Northwest. He focuses on color, noise, and rhythm while drawing on a wide and deep global lineage informing the 100-year-old sounds of his choice, the drumkit. Chee’s diaspora-jazz sound and gritty production is driving with a cinematic touch, just like some of his chief inspirations such as Makaya McCraven, Flying Lotus, Hiatus Kaiyote, Nate Smith, Ashley Henry, and Stravinsky. With a background in western classical music, Dylan is young and formidable, exploring perception and memory while drawing on Eastern philosophy. After composing for award winning films, performing with elders such as Shazad Ismaily, Maryam Saleh, and Isaac Hernandez, and accompanying world class dancers in NYC, he debuts his solo project ›Half Home‹ in 2024.

Dylan Hunter Chee Greene receives a grant of 8,950 euros in 2023. In the course of the grant Dylan Hunter Chee Greene receives coaching from Jovanka von Wilsdorf.

Dylan Hunter Chee Greene playing the drums
Photo: Momoh