(Bio as of September 2008)
Steve Orich most recently collaborated with the Goodman on Turn of the Century during the 2008/2009 Season. He has worked as an orchestrator, composer and musical director in New York and Los Angeles for the last 30 years. He received a Tony Award nomination for Best Orchestrations for the 2006 Best Musical Jersey Boys, the album of which also won a Grammy Award. Off-Broadway and in regional theaters, he has orchestrated Snapshots, Personals, Hamelin, Potholes, A Good Swift Kick, Paint Your Wagon, You Never Know and Can-Can. As a composer, he has scored numerous television series and specials, including the ACE Award-winning documentaries Mo’ Funny and All About Bette Davis; Bob Hope: Laughing with the Presidents; and the PBS/Lifetime documentary Jackie Onassis: An Intimate Portrait. He has orchestrated albums for artists including Helen Reddy, Judy Kaye, Debbie Gravitte, Petula Clark and Deborah Gibson. His orchestrations have been performed by the Boston Pops, at Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, the White House and around the world.
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