Ryan Seaton is a New York-based composer and multi-instrumentalist. Seaton has created sound design, horn arrangements, vocal works and electronic compositions for many acclaimed recording and performing artists, including Joanna Kotze, Zsuzsa Rozsavolgyi, Lance Gries, Zenon Dance Company, Ririe Woodbury, Dark Sky, Ictus, Beth Gill Vision Control and Mara Hoffman. His work has been featured at BAM, New York Live Arts, Baryshnikov Arts Center, the Kitchen and Danspace among many others. Seaton also composes for film and TV, most recently for The Road Trick and Bennington Stories.
His band, Callers, has released three critically acclaimed albums and toured internationally with Dirty Projectors, Here We Go Magic, and Wye Oak, among others. Dubbed “stark in execution, dazzling in effect” by Pitchfork, Callers have often been featured on NPR and have appeared in various local and international festivals including Primavera, Tanned Tin, and the Ottawa Blues Fest. Seaton is also a founding member of Open House along with Steven Reker (People Get Ready), Eliot Krimsky (Glass Ghost) and Matt Evans (Tigue).