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Hope Littwin is a New York-based composer who creates and performs experimental lyric theater. Expansive and visceral, her work lives in the extremes of archaic and futuristic, exploring the voice/body connection and building lyric neo-mythologies for the contemporary stage and screen.
She is drawn to renaissance vocal works; electro-acoustic communications and crossover; jazz; songwriters of the 60s; devised theater; film; dance and light sculpture. Hope recently released her second full length studio album, Wild Beast, and is working as a freelance singer and composer.
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Hope Littwin is currently studying Music Composition with Joan La Barbara and Julia Wolfe at NYU Steindhardt. She recently graduated from Columbia College Chicago's Music Composition for the Screen Graduate program (class of 2018) and has composed for Alma Dance Theater, CUBE Ensemble, Gaudete Brass, Walkabout Theater and for various Films, Musicals and Animations in Chicago, New York and Mumbai.
Hope grew up in Seattle and Miami performing with Miami's New International Ballet Company and New World School of The Arts' Musical Theater Ensemble and graduated from Chicago College of Music (2013), with a double major in Classical Voice and Music Composition. She was raised in the theater, acting and singing in plays and musicals and as an apprentice dancer with New Century Ballet Company before she picked up guitar and began writing songs. From songs, Hope moved to arranging music for acapella groups, composing and engineering electronic music and composing for chamber ensembles and orchestras.