Lucy Little is a classically-trained violinist, multi-instrumentalist and composer. Her style and composed and improvised works incorporate violin, electronics, guitar, and voice and innovate traditional forms by drawing on minimalism, classical, Irish fiddle, folk, klezmer, and pop.
In addition to her solo electroacoustic project, Lucy forms an integral part of numerous ensembles and collaborations of many different styles. She plays violin and guitar with Midwestern blues and indie rock outfit Half Gringa and violin and vocals for the chamber rock group The Phantom Broadcast. Lucy also plays regularly with singer/composer Michelle Rodriguez (MICHA) and the ambient-electronic project Lykanthea, and is a member of the Chicago Middle East Music Ensemble. Notable performances include opening for Le Butcherettes and The Flaming Lips at Taste of Chicago, performing at the NPR Tiny Desk Contest: Chicago Showcase, and performing at the Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art for the opening of their 50th Anniversary celebration. Lucy recently scored and performed the music for a production of Will Eno’s play Middletown in New York City and is currently working on scores for dance and theater pieces currently in development.