Upcoming Events


March 29th 2018- ShoutHouse feat. Nuri Hazzard, Truth City, and Connell Thompson at The Shrine in Harlem, NYC. 8pm-9pm

April 6th, 2018- Will Healy and members of ShoutHouse at The Kennedy Center on the Millennium Stage Series, Washington D.C., 6:30pm.


Call for Scores 2017-18 Winners

Congratulations to these three composers, who were named ShoutHouse's 2017-18 Call for Scores winners! We're excited to perform your work in NYC this year.


Mikkel Christensen, Outsider (Grand Prize Winner)

An interdisciplinary artist, Mikkel Christensen (pn. mY-kul or mE-kul) is often inspired working between mediums. Originally from Texas, Mikkel recieved his Bachelors of Music & Technology from Stevens Institute of Technology in 2017, and is currently studying composition under Dr. Stefan Freund en route to a Masters of Music in composition in 2019 from the University of Missouri.


Dani Howard, Symmetry

Dani Howard is a British composer who was born and raised in Hong Kong. She graduated from the Royal College of Music in 2015 where she received a first class BMus Honors Degree. She was a Rose Williams scholar supported by the Henry Wood Trust, and studied composition under Jonathan Cole. Interested in collaborating with artists in a variety of disciplines, she has worked with dancers, architects, film-makers and visual artists on a variety of projects. She has had her compositions performed and screened internationally across the UK and North America, as we as in Italy, Hong Kong, Switzerland, Netherlands, Romania and Brazil.


Joshua Clausen, Broken Loops

Joshua Clausen is a Minneapolis-based composer. Clausen’s works often inhabit stylistic interstices between chamber concert music, electronic music and varied popular forms exerting “a dynamic intensity to [their] influence of popular culture (Computer Music Journal).” Clausen is a member of the Spitting Image Collective, a Twin-Cities group dedicated to composer-curated programming, and mentors young composers during the American Composers Forums’annual NextNotes initiative.



September 15 2017 - ANTS single release- we will be releasing a new single off of our forthcoming album, CityScapes, featuring Bush Tea and Nuri Hazzard. The music video features dancers Zach Gonder, Taylor Labruzzo, and Quilan Arnold.

October 6 2017 - ShoutHouse presents CrossCurrent 2 at ShapeShifter Lab. Featuring Akinyemi and Maassai (vocals/rap); George Meyer (fiddle); and Quilan Arnold, Taylor LaBruzzo, and Zach Gonder (dance/choreography). Premieres by Will Healy and music by Jesse Greenberg, Alex Burtzos, Akinyemi, Maassai, and 2017 call-for-scores winners Anna Meadors and Jonathan Russ. 8PM

March 10, 2017, ShoutHouse returns to The Bitter End to present new works from our upcoming album, CityScapes, featuring singer Hannah Zazz and experimental hip hop artist spiritchild. Weaving threads of classical, hip-hop, and jazz, the premieres on this program reflect upon many aspects of New York, from its colonial and geological past (“Mannahatta”), its awe-inspiring constellational nature (“Grand Central,” “Ancient Tools”), its flowing perpetuity (“Ants,” “Viscous”), and a vision towards its future (“Rebuild”).

October 18, 2016 - ShoutHouse is featured ensemble for the Carnegie Hill Concerts season premiere, at Church of the Advent Hope. Admission is free, but all donations (suggested $10-20) will go to help Advent Hope co-sponsor a refugee family.

September 15, 2016 -  Call for Scores deadline: Winner and honorable mention(s) forthcoming

September 9th, 2016, 8pm - CrossCurrent: ShoutHouse returns to the DiMenna Center for a huge, interdisciplinary show featuring some of NYC's best hip-hop and modern dancers. Juilliard's Simon Ryden and Taylor Labruzzo team up with hip-hop dancer Quilan Arnold to choreograph new works, including a world premiere by ShoutHouse's director, Will Healy. The concert features works by Michael Laurello, Jesse Greenberg, and Whitney George. The DiMenna Center, 450 w. 37th st., New York, NY. Tickets are $15/$10 students.

June 26, 2016, 5:30pm - Harlem Arts Festival 2016 (Richard Rodgers Amphitheater, Mt. Morris Park North West).

June 21, 2016, 7PM - MakeMusicNewYork: Second Annual Make Music Harlem, an outdoor four-hour community music block party on 119th Street between Frederick Douglass and St. Nicholas

April 24, 2016 - Rockwood Music Hall, NYC.  Music by Will Healy, Alex Burtzos, Erberk Eryilmaz, Jesse Greenberg (world premiere)

March 11, 2016 - The Bitter End, NYC.  Music by Alex Burtzos (world premiere), Will Healy, Aaron Ewing, Scott Lee.

December 10, 2015 - Rockwood Music Hall, NYC.  Music by Jennifer Bellor (ShoutHouse-commissioned world premiere), Will Healy, Alex Burtzos, Aaron Ewing.

November 12, 2015 - MSM Composers Forum: ShoutHouse performs recent compositions (by Will Healy and Aaron Ewing) and discusses our process of collaboration through presentation and Q&A.

October 15, 2015 - BlastOff at the cell theatre, NYC.  Music by Will Healy, Judd Greenstein, Jesse Greenberg (world premiere), and Aaron Ewing. Featuring Mikaela Bennett, Nuri Hazzard, Jai Issa, and Ben Chin. 

May 29, 2015 - CityScapes at the cell theatre - World premieres by Alex Goldberg, Alex Burtzos, and Will Healy, and music by Jesse Greenberg, Andy Akiho and Timo Andres

March 11, 2015 - ShoutHouse EP Release Show: World Premieres by Jesse Greenberg and Jack Guilelmetti, and music by Will Healy, Nick Omiccioli, and Nico Muhly

February 15, 2015 - ShoutHouse releases our debut EP - listen HERE.

October 29, 2014 - Mischief Night Eve at Shapshifter Lab. World premieres by Jesse Greenberg and Will Healy. Featuring Balkan jazz reeds player Connell Thompson

May 21, 2014 - EP Fundraiser Concert at the cell - World premieres by Will Healy, Aaron Ewing, and Jesse Greenberg. Featuring Jai Issa and Julia Anrather.  

January 19, 2014 - ShoutHouse at the cell theatre. World premieres by Will Healy, Alex Goldberg, and Jesse Greenberg. Featured artists include Flordingblast, Ade Ra, Akil Noel, and Julia and Anrather. 

October 6, 2013 - Day on A Ladder Presents: "ShoutHouse and Friends," at Bowery Poetry. World premieres by Will Healy, and a new arrangement by Jesse Greenberg of Akil Noel's "Beautiful." Featuring Akil Noel, Ade Ra, and Julia Anrather.