Steve Moshier is a composer and performer whose work encompasses theatre, dance, the concert stage, and the internet. From its inception in 1979 until its demise in 1991 he was co-founder, performer, and composer of over 30 compositions for the chamber music ensemble Cartesian Reunion Memorial Orchestra. In 1989 he was named honorary “Artistic Associate – Composer” at the Los Angeles Theater Center under the direction of producers Bill Bushnell and Diane White. Awards for music composition include the L.A. Weekly Theater Critics’ Award, the late Drama-Logue Awards and, having been nominated six times, the Lester Horton Dance Award in 1996. Besides composing award-winning music for productions at the Los Angeles Theater Center, Berkeley Repertory Theater, and the Laguna Playhouse, he has collaborated with performance artists John Fleck, Anna Homler, Keith Antar Mason and the Hittite Empire, as well as, choreographers Karen Goodman, Rudy Perez, Hae Kyung Lee, Winifred R. Harris and, most recently, Heidi Duckler . His work has been performed in international festivals that included the Soho Arts Festival in New York, the Belluard Bollwerk International (BBI) Festival in Fribourg, Switzerland, University of Mainz, Germany, Festspielhaus Hellerau, the Tanzwoche Festival in Dresden, Germany, and the ChangMu International Dance Festival. Steve Moshier's Liquid Skin Ensemble: The Liquid Skin Ensemble is a 7-member post-minimalist acoustic/electric chamber ensemble that has been performing composer Steve Moshier’s work, extensively in Southern California, for over 13 years. Previous performances have included evenings at the Getty Center, the Luckman Theater at Cal State LA, Highways Performance Space, the John Anson Ford Theater, the Japan America Theater, Los Angeles Theater Center and, in 2004, international exposure with Hae Kyung Lee’s Dancers at the LG Arts Center in Seoul, Korea. In 2007 and 2008 the group headlined the Real New Music Festival in Whittier, California. Most recently the group has collaborated with the Rudy Perez Performance Ensemble, Heidi Duckler's Dance Theatre and performed at both the Thomas Solomon and the Andrew Shire Galleries in Los Angeles, CA.