Nathan Siler is a performer and composer who lives and works in NYC. He is a classical singer who frequently sings at Carnegie Hall with the Bard Festival Chorale, Lincoln Center with NY Concert Chorale, is a soloist with Musica Viva NY, and is the chief architect of the NYC post-punk-prog band Portraiture. Recently he was imprisoned (on stage) in the World Premiere of David Lang’s new Opera The Prisoner of the State at Lincoln Center.
He also keeps a packed schedule of composition and orchestration projects. Siler's notable works include: Original score to the devised theater piece Rise/Fall by Sheila B., Featured Orchestration for BAM (Jules Verne: From the Earth to the Moon); Original podcast theme song (Reverence Road); Film scores (The Widowers; We Are Mary); Full orchestral suite for Grammy© award winning children's rock band Sugar-Free Allstars (performed by Winston-Salem Philharmonic and Oklahoma City Philharmonic). He produces albums across multiple genres, most recently the debut single "Somebody Else" by Brooke Ari, album “Blaze: Songs from Pham” by Margaret Tran, and the debut eponymous EP by singer-songwriter Jason Drew.