Steve Orich Biography
Birth Place: United States
STEVE ORICH - Orchestrator, Composer and Musical Director in NY and LA for over thirty years, Mr. Orich received a Tony nomination for his Orchestrations for Jersey Boys. Off-Broadway: Snoopy, Personals, A Good Swift Kick, Potholes, NYC Street Show. National Tours: Annie, Godspell, A Class Act. Regional Theatre: Musical Director and/or Orchestrator for multiple shows at Pasadena Playhouse, Geffen Playhouse, Mark Taper Forum, Hollywood Bowl, La Jolla Playhouse, Theatreworks, Goodman Theatre, Goodspeed Opera House, Dorset Theatre Festival, Northlight Theatre, Pioneer Theatre. TV: Composer, Arranger & Conductor for documentaries, sitcoms, movies and specials including the 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. Recordings: 20+ albums for artists including Helen Reddy, Petula Clark, Debbie Gravitte, Judy Kaye, Deborah Gibson and the Grammy-winning Jersey Boys cast album. More recently, he orchestrated Turn of the Century at the Goodman (directed by Tommy Tune), Stephen Schwartz’s Snapshots (directed by Richard Maltby), Time After Time, and A Christmas Memory. His orchestrations have been performed by the National Symphony, the Boston Pops, 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|