Post-post-modern diva Meow Meow has hypnotized, inspired, and terrified audiences globally with unique creations and sell-out seasons from New York’s Lincoln Center and Berlin’s Bar Jeder Vernunft to London’s West End and the Sydney Opera House. Her award-winning solo works have been curated by David Bowie, Pina Bausch, Mikhail Baryshnikov, and numerous international arts festivals.
As well as being a prolific music and theater creator, she specializes in the Weimar repertory and French chanson, and recently appeared as Titania in Emma Rice’s revolutionary production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Shakespeare’s Globe. She performed in Black Rider as part of the 2017 Melbourne Festival presented in association with Victorian Opera and Malthouse Theatre.
Meow recently performed at the Berlin Philharmonic with Pink Martini, at the Brighton Festival with Souvenir—a fantastical song cycle she wrote with composers Jherek Bischoff and August Von Trapp—at the Theatre Royal, and she conjured a bespoke creation for Liverpool Culture’s Sgt Pepper at 50 involving the city’s brass bands, a riot, a requiem in a graveyard, and her Sleepless Beauties, including designer Andrea Lauer.
Meow comes direct from her concerts with the London Philharmonic Orchestra at Royal Festival Hall, and her original work Apocalypse Meow at Shakespeare’s Globe. She made her San Francisco Symphony debut in 2015 when she co-curated a cabaret-inspired show with conductor Edwin Outwater for the SoundBox series.