Victoria Lundy has been playing theremin in the Denver experimental/underground scene since the 90s. She was a member of the avant-garde Carbon Dioxide Orchestra, and is a founding member of Denver’s acclaimed nerd rock band, . She has appeared on all The Inactivists’ recordings, and as a guest player live and in recordings with other artists. Most recently, Victoria was a member of , a twelve-piece chamber ensemble that engaged in real-time collaborative composition. Victoria is currently a member of the . This ensemble focuses on the improvisational performance of musique concrète centered around live-sampling of Copper Heart and other objects played with dry ice, with Victoria on theremin.
Victoria, along with Darren Kramer and Mark Mosher, presented the award-winning “Watt? Amplified and Supercharged Music Expression” at Boulders Dairy Center. She has been featured in the Westword Best Ambient-Music Showcase 2017, Textures Ambient Showcase, and she was honored as one of
Victoria has performed at the , the , the Westword Music Showcase (with the Inactivists), and the Denver Post Underground Music Showcase as a guest of the ambient project . She appeared at the DU Lamont School of Music in a special convocation edition of the . Victoria has presented and demonstrated the theremin at the World Science Fiction Convention, the Lamont School of Music, Nerd Night and the Denver Mini Maker Faire as well as the Rocky Mountain Synthesizer Meetup and Colorado Modular Synth Fest.
Victoria released a solo recording, Miss American Vampire on Halloween 2015. Currently, she’s concentrating on solo ambient work exploring the expressive qualities of the theremin and plans to release an album celebrating the centenary of the theremin in 2020.