About this Artist
ELIZA BAGG (Ensemble / Hippie) is a Los Angeles-based experimental musician. Along with creating her own work, she has collaborated with a number of prominent composers from John Zorn to Caroline Shaw. Recent projects include Michael Gordon’s opera Acquanetta, new works by David Lang and Bryce Dessner with Roomful of Teeth, soloing with the North Carolina Symphony and on the San Francisco Symphony’s Soundbox Series, and new pieces by Ben Frost and Julianna Barwick on the Liquid Music Series. Bagg has been noted for her unique sound, which Pitchfork compared to “a lovelorn alien reaching out from the farthest reaches of the galaxy.”
Bagg also writes, produces, and performs as Lisel, a solo future-pop performance project. Lisel’s debut album will be released in July on Luminelle Records. She has also collaborated as one half of the band Pavo Pavo for the last three years and sings regularly with Roomful of Teeth and ModernMedieval Trio.