“A sound that is at once warm and haunting” (Times Argus)
Montreal-based folk pop violinist Eliza Moore has traveled the world playing everywhere from street corners to opera houses. She was classically trained by composers in Boston and London and has recorded albums with acclaimed musicians like Deron Johnson (Miles Davis) and Michael Valerio (film scores for Sin City, The Hurt Locker). After taking some time to treasure the joy of becoming a mother, Moore returns to the spotlight to exhibit “stately presence and crystalline delivery” (Boston Globe) on her new album Everything to Me. With influences ranging from the Irish landscape to early choral music to the triumphant sounds of Arcade Fire and Sigur Ros, Moore has an old world style with a new twist. Teaming up with sagely songsmith/producer Jay Nash, Moore achieves an exposed and authentic sound on Everything to Me that offers the most intimate experience of her “lovely, strong voice” (Portland Press Herald). From the intertwining melodies of “Everything to Me” to the dirty punk rock fiddling on “Humanity”, the songs on the album represent different facets of Moore’s faith in life, humanity, and love.
2013 has been an exciting year for Moore as she joined Jay Nash on an east coast tour, and fall 2013 will bring more solo dates.