Liz Lysinger is a NYC-based composer/music editor/sound designer for film and television. Originally from Detroit, she has been playing music since a very early age and after training to be a concert pianist and attending Berklee College of Music in Boston, moved to NYC.

She toured as both a solo piano/vocal artist and member of the electronica band ZIA while composing and doing music production for film and television. She splits her work between NYC and LA and has worked with such clients as Universal Music Publishing Group, Blue Man Group, 4Kids Productions, UniverSoul Circus, Big Time Picture Company, Riptide Music, and the Rose Center at NYC’s American Museum of Natural History.

Her music has appeared on such albums as Rude Remix Revolution, She-A Female Trip-Hop Compilation, Transylvania Rocks, The Distillary, Crystal, and her solo album “Falling Off My Bench…” She edited the music for Pokemon, Yu-Gi-Oh!, Yu-Gi-Oh! GX, Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s, F-Zero, Funky Cops and As The World Turns. Her music has appears on such shows as the multiple Yu-Gi-Oh! series, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, David McWane’s Gravedigger, Alexandra Cousteau’s Expedition: Blue Planet – Blue Legacy, High School Confidential, and The Best Years. Her music also has appeared in the movie trailers for “The Forgotten, “The Libertine” and “Awake.”

She has done remixes for Boston-based ska/punk band Big D and the Kids Table and Seattle’s electro/industrial band Endless Sunder and has worked on the Katja Esson films “A Season of Madness”, “Hole in the Sky” and “Latching On’, the multiple-award winning “Billy The Kid” by Jennifer Venditti, “We Gatta Eat!” by David McWane, “The Same Side of Rejection Street,” by S.G. Collins, “Thicker Than Water – The Vampire Diaries Part 1” by Phil Messerer which she won a 2007 B-Movie Film Festival award for Best Music, “All The Wrong Faces” by Michael Gongora and the French Spy World War II Documentary,”Operation Sussex” by Bonnie Friedman. Her work has also appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and has aired all over the world.

She is currently working on the feature film, “Surviving Me” directed by Leah Yananton and working on her next album.