Ellen Winter is a performer, composer, and theater-maker hailing from the woods of Fairfax, Virginia currently camping out in Brooklyn, NY. She and Chris Littler wrote, directed, and composed the 36 Questions; a musical podcast, produced by Two Up, starring Jonathan Groff and Jessie Shelton.
She is a founding member of the Electric Eye Ensemble and Daughters of Elysium. She sings, hits keys, and composes with Chamber Band, a coffee-fueled nerd-rock group that belts of love, capitalism and dragons with three national tours under their belts. Their third album, Governor's Square, inspired by HG Wells, will be available Fall 2017.
Since its origin in 2015, she has had the joy of working as a guest artist in the UArts Polyphone Festival. She's collaborated with César Alvarez, Heather Christian, The Bengsons, and Dave Malloy.
For bookings, conversation and music making: firstname.lastname@example.org
- SPACE on Ryder Farm Seasonal Supper (2017)
- Ars Nova's ANT Fest (2016/2017)
- The McKittrick Hotel as a part of "A Safe and Special Place" (Dec 2016)
- Joe's Pub with Heather Christian & the Arbornauts (Nov 2016)
- Sofar Sounds
- International Women's Day @ The Knitting Factory (March 2016)
- The Female Focus @ Cake Shop (January 2016)
- Pete's Candy Store Residency (November 2015)
- Switch [Digital//Analog] (September 2015)
- VICTORY TOUR with Chamber Band (Summer 2015)
- Bowery Poetry Club (July 2015)
- Crossing the Divide Benefit Cabaret (July 2015)
- The Chris Gethard Show with Chamber Band (June 2014)