Jodie Landau is a 23-year-old composer, vocalist, and percussionist. His music combines elements of chamber music, rock, and jazz for live performance, film, theater, and dance. As a solo performer, Jodie sings while playing vibraphone and marimba.
Landau works with the acclaimed modern music collective, wild Up as a performer, composer and production manager. He has also performed with groups such as Vinny Golia Large Ensemble, ACE Jazz Collective, Gnarwhallaby, Gutbucket Chamber Orchestra, The Guthrie Project, Formalist String Quartet, and the Los Angeles Master Choral Chamber Singers. He has worked with and performed works by composers: Sofia Gubaidulina, Ellen Reid, Christopher Rountree, Pauline Oliveros, Jonathan Beard, Marc Lowenstein, Mark Menzies, Andrew Tholl, Cathlene Pineda, David Johnson, Beth Schenck, and Christopher Cerrone.
In Fall 2013, Jodie was the multi-percussionist in The Industry’s invisible opera for wireless headphones, “Invisible Cities” at Union Station.
In Spring 2014, Jodie composed a live score for Ate9 dANCEcOMPANY’s “mouth to mouth” performed by wild Up.
And in Summer 2014, Jodie and wild Up traveled to Reykjavik, Iceland to collaborate on a concert and recording with Graduale Nobili, the Icelandic choir that recorded and toured with Bjork for her Biophillia project, and recorded at Greenhouse Studios with Valgeir Sigurðsson, the founder of Bedroom Community.