Eliot Krimsky is a co-founder and lead singer of the band Glass Ghost, composer, and media artist.
Glass Ghost has been called "delicately brave" by Andy McCluskey of the pioneering electronic group OMD, and "weird and mournful yet highly rhythmic by Time Out New York. In 2015, Glass Ghost did an interactive new media performance at Lincoln Center exploring technology and the self.
Krimsky's numerous collaborators have included Meshell Ndegeocello, artist/dancer/musician Steven Reker, the band Here We Go Magic, choreographer Beth Gill, and director Dustin Guy Defa. His music has been featured for film and television on HBO and at the Sundance Film Festival, and for dance in the Laurie Anderson curated Live Ideas festival.
Krimsky has done multimedia performances with the NY arts organization Performance Space 122, and has performed internationally and locally at venues such as Lincoln Center, The Kitchen, Brooklyn Academy of Music, O2 Arena London, and Montreal Jazz Festival.