Opium Moon with Lili Haydn, Itai Disraeli, Hamid Saeidi, & MB Gordy
Rolling Stone called her music “fiery and virtuosic...” George Clinton called her "the Jimi Hendrix of the violin."
Lili Haydn’s four critically acclaimed records have been a favorite on Public Radio, and featured in TV and film. She has collaborated with, and opened for everyone from Roger Waters, Herbie Hancock, Jimmy Page and Robert Plant, Sting, and George Clinton's P-Funk All Stars to name a few. Lili is also a film composer, with twelve feature films and documentaries to her scoring credit, a Film Composing Fellowship to the prestigious Sundance Film Institute, and numerous collaborations with renowned composers on such films as “Pirates of the Caribbean” and “The Town.”
A humanitarian and activist, Lili also performs regularly for various human rights organizations, including Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, and the Global Security Institute (for whom she performed a concert at the UN).