Toronto-born, Brooklyn based vocalist Charlotte Mundy has been dubbed a "daredevil with an unbreakable spine" (SF Classical Voice), and is the only awardee of the Jan Degaetani prize for Contemporary Song from the Joy in Singing Competition. Past soloist performances include Schoenberg's Pierrot Lunaire, Boulez's Le Marteau sans Maître, Feldman's Three Voices, George Benjamin’s Into the Little Hill, Iannis Xenakis’ Akanthos, and a set of music for voice and electronics presented by New York Festival of Song, described as "an oasis of radiant beauty" by the New York Times.

In addition to her work as a core member of Ekmeles, Mundy is founding member of TAK ensemble, “one of the most prominent ensembles in the United States practicing truly experimental music” (I Care If You Listen). Her playful, synaesthetic compositions have been performed at Roulette, JACK theater, University of New Mexico, and the Higher Ground festival.