Rob Moose has established an exciting and eclectic presence as performer, arranger and conductor in the rapidly changing atmosphere of contemporary music. A graduate of The Manhattan School of Music in violin performance, he was recently called a “stunning multi-instrumentalist” by the Boston Globe. Since joining Antony and the Johnsons in 2005, Rob has also toured with Sufjan Stevens, Beth Orton and Duncan Sheik, and recorded with Vampire Weekend, Grizzly Bear, Arcade Fire, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Rufus Wainwright and Marianne Faithfull. His arrangements have been performed and/or recorded by Bon Iver, The National, Antony and the Johnsons, St. Vincent, Trey Anastasio, Loudon Wainwright, Glen Hansard, Elizabeth & the Catapult, Ra Ra Riot, Sharon van Etten and Punch Brothers. In 2009, Rob co-arranged and music directed “The Long Count,” a multimedia song cycle commissioned by the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s Next Wave Festival. He performed for President Obama on national television, playing guitar and violin in support of Renee Fleming’s album, “Dark Hope.” Rob has been awarded Grammy certificates for work on Loudon Wainwright’s “High Wide and Handsome” and Arcade Fire’s “Suburbs,” as well as Grammy’s for Best New Artist and Best Alternative Album for his work on Bon Iver’s eponymous sophomore album.