Credits include: Real Enemies (BAM), Epiphany (BAM), Else Where (BAM), LEIDERABEND (BAM), The Nutcracker (Moscow Art Theater and ART), The Imaginary Invalid (Moscow Art Theater and ART), Thornton Wilder (Moscow Art Theater and ART), Alice vs Wonderland (Moscow Art Theater and ART), Witness Uganda (ART), Big Apple Circus (2015), Big Apple Circus (2016), Cool Hand Luke (59e59), Deliverance (59e59), Café Society Swing (59e59), Alice vs Wonderland (ART), Mouth Wide Open (ART), Much Ado About Nothing (ART and McCarter Theater), Master and Margarita (Summer Scape), An Oreste
Described by LA Times as "dangerous and seductive", TIMUR AND THE DIME MUSEUM performs “romantic, smashing, noisy” (LA Weekly) songs with theatrical flair and dynamic live performances. Equally at home performing at clubs and festivals, ranging from Joe’s Pub, World Café, the Echo to the ALOUD series, America's Got Talent, Redcat Gala with Jack Black, LAX Festival and the Industry LA, the band also played support shows for DeVotchKa, Tiger Lilies and Kristian Hoffman.
JAMES MOORE is a versatile guitarist and multi-instrumentalist. A native of the San Francsico Bay Area, he has been active in New York since 2006, earning the titles of “local electric guitar hero” by Time Out New York and "model new music citizen" by the New York Times. James is a founding member of the electric guitar quartet Dither, and performs internationally as a soloist and ensemble player.
TAYLOR LEVINE, guitarist. He is a founding member of Dither, an electric guitar quartet. In addition, Taylor often performs a variety of composed and improvised music with a wide range of groups. Some of these include Signal Ensemble, Kronos Quartet, Marc Ribot, Tyondai Braxton, Erykah Badu, Bang On A Can, Eighth Blackbird, Blarvuster, Newband, Weasel Walter, Eve Beglarian, Ethel, New York City Opera, New World Symphony, London Sinfonietta, BBC Orchestra, and Wordless Music Orchestra. Taylor also pursues an active role as an educator.
Praised for her ‘clever comic ability’ and ‘vocal athleticism’ (Naples Daily News), JENNIFER LINDSAY made her European debut last year in Prague as Donna Anna in Mozart's Don Giovanni under the direction of renowned baritone Sherrill Milnes and his wife, soprano Maria Zouves. She has been a featured soloist with the Pacific Symphony Orchestra and the Bakersfield Symphony Orchestra, and last fall she appeared as Lucha in the world premiere of HOPSCOTCH with The Industry, directed by Pulitzer Prize-nominee Yuval Sharon.
The recent passing of Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Steven Stucky has profoundly saddened the music world, and this is particularly true in Los Angeles where he had developed many deeply-rooted relationships.
To honor Stucky’s immeasurable contributions and long-standing collaboration with the orchestra, the Los Angeles Philharmonic and several partner organizations have announced a special free concert at Walt Disney Concert Hall.