Birth Place: United States
TEVE ORICH is an award-winning composer/arranger/orchestrator with over 30 years of experience in Los Angeles and New York.
As Composer, he has created musical scores for numerous television series, documentaries, specials, sitcoms, movies of the week, animation and game shows, including ACE award-winning Mo' Funny for HBO, All About Bette Davis for TNT, Bob Hope...Laughing with the Presidents for NBC, and the award-winning PBS/Lifetime documentary Jackie Onassis: An Intimate Portrait. He's also arranged and/or conducted the music for dozens of feature films, and recordings, including the Grammy-winning 'Jersey Boys' original cast album.
Much of his work has been as a Musical Director/Arranger/Orchestrator for theatre, most prominently his Tony-nominated orchestrations for 'Jersey Boys' on Broadway. He has conducted tours of 'Annie,' 'Godspell' and 'A Class Act' and has worked at most of the prominent regional theatres in the country including the Paper Mill Playhouse (Can-Can, West Side Story), Two River Theatre (Camelot) Pasadena Playhouse (Do I Hear a Waltz?, A Class Act, 110 in the Shade, Plaid Tidings, Can-Can), Geffen Playhouse (Paint Your Wagon) Mark Taper Forum (The Great American Songbook), Hollywood Bowl (Bernstein's Mass), La Jolla Playhouse (Jersey Boys), Theatreworks (Snapshots, A Christmas Memory), Asolo Rep (Pulse), The Goodman Theatre (Turn of the Century), Goodspeed Opera House (You Never Know, Both Barrels, Snapshots), Westport Playhouse (Camelot), Dorset Theatre Festival (You Never Know), Northlight Theatre (Snapshots) and Pioneer Theatre (Paint Your Wagon.)
His orchestrations have been performed by the National Symphony, the Boston Pops, the BBC Orchestra, at Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, the White House and around the world.
Steve Orich Awards and Nominations
|Tony Awards - 2006 - Best Orchestrations|
|Steve Orich, Jersey Boys|