Tylor Neist

Tylor Neist
he/him

Tylor Neist

Tylor earned his masters of music from Manhattan School of Music and his bachelors of music from Boston University. He was also fortunate to study chamber music with members of the Muir, Juilliard, Emerson, and American String Quartets. Tylor has played with the Oregon Symphony, Portland Opera, Oregon Ballet Theatre, Eugene Symphony, Spokane Symphony, NW New Music, Filmusik, and Opera Theater Oregon. He is a member of the piano trio ThreePlay and the artistic director of Bridgetown Orchestra. As a composer, his most recent projects include commissions for theater scores: Brontë; Lear (a violin looping score); and Kabuki Titus (a kabuki adaptation of Titus Andronicus) all with Bag&Baggage Productions. He was also the 2014 winner of Fear No Music’s Locally Sourced Sounds for his piece Unfolding (for string quartet and looping pedals). Overview Effect, an immersive musical and theatrical journey through the cosmos, premiered at the Armory in Portland in April 2016. You can check out his website for more info: www.tylorneist.com