Fritz Myers

                                                     is a composer, mixer, and producer whose film scores include White ReindeerThe Harrow, and Little Sister, named best film of 2016 by The New Yorker’s Richard Brody. He composes for podcasts, contributing music to the second season of Serial and to Eric Marcus’s groundbreaking Making Gay History. His work for theater includes The Bakken Formations: Tales From the New West which he co-created with playwright Clare Drobot for Ars Nova‘s ANT Fest and original music for Chisa Hutchinson’s Sex on Sunday, directed by Jade King Carroll. He collaborates with other composers as a mixer, especially Nico Muhly, with whom he has mixed eleven media projects including the BAFTA-nominated Howards End and the AppleTV+ original series Pachinko. Recent projects include the release of his song cycle with librettist Clare Drobot, In Appetizing Portions, and the original score of the upcoming experimental documentary And the Worlds that Surround. He lives in New York City.