Eliot Krimsky is a composer and songwriter, co-founder and lead singer of the band Glass Ghost, keyboardist, and media artist. Glass Ghost has been called “delicately brave” by Andy McCluskey of OMD, and “weird and mournful yet highly rhythmic by Time Out New York. The band has been featured on NPR, HBO and has played shows with Deerhoof, Dirty Projectors and Sharon Van Etten. In 2015, Glass Ghost did an interactive new media performance at Lincoln Center presented by Performance Space 122. Mr. Krimsky has played / collaborated with Laurie Anderson, Meshell Ndegeocello, Open House, a band collaboration with Steven Reker, Ryan Seaton and Matt Evans, and Battle Trance. In 2015, he played Lincoln Center and the Kitchen with Open House. In 2017 he’ll be joining Battle Trance for the Ecstatic Music Festival at Merkin Hall. Krimsky has also performed and recorded with the band Here We Go Magic, playing numerous shows with them including 02 Arena London, Brooklyn Acadamy of Music and Montreal Jazz festival. Krimsky’s music has been featured for film and television on HBO and at the Sundance Film Festival. His music has also been featured for dance in a collaboration with choreographer Beth Gill for the Laurie Anderson’s Live Ideas festival. He is currently working on original music for the feature film Supergirl, a new Glass Ghost album and solo material.