Dorit Chrysler's work is inspired by microtonality and the sonic capacities of the Theremin, one of the first electronic instruments, invented by Lev Termen in 1920. Wall Street Journal dubbed Dorit a "Futuristic Lotte Lenya" and Ann Magnuson described Dorit's music for Paper Magazine: "Imagine, if Marianne Faithful and Nikola Tesla had a love child, with Jane Birkin as the nanny and Bjork as the wayward Girl Scout Leader!" Dorit Chrysler is the founder of the NY Theremin Society and KidCoolThereminSchool, America's first Theremin School for Children. Hailed as one of the world's best Theremin Virtuosos by Arte TV and Noisey, she has been commissioned by MoMA and the Venice Biennale. Most recently performing with the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra and featured in the soundtrack of the HBO documentary "Going Clear", she has composed music for Film (u.a. the soundtrack for M by David Schalko), TV (Lars VanTriers) & Video Installations (Jesper Just). Dorit is the founder of “Dame Electric” Festival dedicated to Female Analog Pioneers in Music. She is the recipient of the Knightsbridge Foundation Grant and has produced a ten-piece theremin concert for the LA Disney Hall.