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Eli Keszler

Agent: Arthur Janssen | Territory: EU/UK

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Eli Keszler is a Grammy nominated artist, composer, and percussionist based in New York. He has garnered critical acclaim for his solo records released through labels such as LuckyMe, Shelter Press, Empty Editions, ESP-DISK’, PAN, and REL Records.

In the realm of film, Keszler has provided over ten original scores. Notable examples include Olmo Schnabel’s ‘Pet Shop Days,’ starring Willem Dafoe and Emmanuel Seigner, which premiered at La Biennale Di Venezia (2023). He also composed for Lofty Nathan’s ‘Harka’ (2022), winner of the Best Actor award at Cannes, and Dasha Nekrasova’s ‘The Scary of Sixty First’ (2021), which received the GWFF Best First Feature Award at the Berlin Film Festival. Additionally, Keszler made contributions to Daniel Lopatin’s score for ‘Uncut Gems’ (2019).

As a composer, Keszler has received commissions from esteemed institutions and ensembles, including the Icelandic Symphony Orchestra, ICE Ensemble, Brooklyn String Orchestra, and So Percussion. He has collaborated with notable artists such as Oneohtrix Point Never, Skrillex, Laurel Halo, Jordan Wolfson, Kevin Beasley, Rashad Becker, Laure Prouvost, and David Grubbs.

Keszler’s artistic reach extends internationally, with his music, installations, and visual works showcased in venues like the Whitney Museum, Cologne Philharmonie, Lincoln Center, MIT List Center, Victoria & Albert Museum, Museum of Modern Art, Sculpture Center, The Kitchen, Hessel Museum, Harvard’s Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Barbican-St. Luke’s, Walker Art Center, LAX Art, and MoMA PS1.