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Matthew Dean Marsh

Matthew Dean Marsh

(Bio as of March 2018)

Matthew Dean Marsh is a New York City-based composer, writer and performer. His compositions have sounded at Madison Square Garden, Barclays Center, Lincoln Center, the Michigan Opera House, BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music), MassMOCA and the White House. Recent composition credits include Romeo & Juliet (Lincoln Center Education, Wellfleet Harbor Actor Theater, Nantucket's White Heron Theater), Mother Courage (American Academy of Dramatic Arts), 12th Night (University of Southern California) and Love Letters (Sleep No More). Recent arranging credits include Nasha America (Alchemation at CCM). Recent music directing credits include The Reality Show (New York University), Hurricane Diane (Two River Theater), Rimbaud in NY (BAM and The Civilians), musical direction assistant on Beetlejuice (Warner Bros.)cabaret shows for Ato Blankson-Wood, Jo Lampert, David Cale, Max Jenkins/Tom Hennes and Salty Brine. Accompanying credits include Joseph Keckler (at Centre Pompidou in Paris), Todd Almond, Carol Lipnik, Erin Markey, Michael Musto, Michael Cavadias, Shaina Taub and Sherie Rene Scott. His song and music video "Lost Boys" was a finalist at the Los Angeles 2016 Music Video Awards, a semi-finalist in the 2017 International MV Awards in Paris and a contender in the 2017 Portland MV Festival. His film scores have been showcased by Glamour magazine and the TriBeCa Film Festival. He is an alumni of Johnny Mercer Songwriter’s Fellowship and Sundance Theater Lab Alum. 

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