Described by Houston Arts as "fresh" and "beautiful" with a "delivery that is captivating and true," Eleonor Sandresky's music has been featured in film and on radio, and is available on Koch International, One Soul Records, ERM Media, and Albany Record labels. Her music is performed around the world and has been featured on a wide range of festivals, from the Philadelphia Fringe Festival to the Totally Huge New Music Festival in Perth, Australia. Much of her recent works, both with and without electronics, are for choreographed musicians, a genre that she has created to enlarge the musical and emotional meaning of the music through a hybrid form that merges and expands the choreography of playing with the actual music-making. In addition to creating the choreographed musician genre, she has invented the Wonder Suit, a wearable wireless sensor system that triggers electronic events and processes in her choreographed pieces. A founding member of the improvising composer-driven Ensemble 50, She is at the same time one of New York’s pre-eminent new music pianists, with performances and premieres of new works by a wide range of composers from Egberto Gismonti to Philip Glass. She has recorded for CRI, Nonesuch, One Soul Records, New World Records, Mode Records, and Orange Mountain Music, and plays concerts throughout the world. She is currently managed by Price Rubin & Partners. To learn more, please visit www.esandresky.com and www.youtube.com/user/chorpiano13/videos.