Ethan Fields (b. 1997) is an American composer, musician, and sound engineer. Originally from Islip, NY, Ethan holds a B.S. in Sound Recording Technology and a B.A. in Music Composition from the State University of New York at Fredonia; his teachers include Dr. Daniel Deutsch, Dr. Rob Deemer, Dr. Andrew Martin Smith, Jamie Leigh Sampson, and Paul Coleman. Fields has written works for several ensembles, including symphony orchestra, brass quintet, saxophone duet, wind ensemble, and jazz ensemble. His works have been performed by the Metropolitan Youth Orchestra of New York, the faculty of the New York Summer Music Festival, and the SUNY Fredonia Wind Ensemble. Ethan is also an active musician, performing in several groups including the New York All-State Symphonic Band and Vocal Jazz groups, the Nassau-Suffolk Wind Symphony, Fredonia Wind Ensemble, the Fredonia College Symphony Orchestra, and in musical theater ensembles on and off Broadway.