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David Wohl

David Wohl

David Wohl is a composer for theater, television, multimedia, and film, whose highly expressive and eclectic works have received awards and recognition from many quarters. In addition to A 1940s Radio Christmas Carol, his highlights include: Ten ASCAP Special Awards; Uncle Jed’s Barbershop (New York Musical Theater Festival, 2005; Director's Choice Award Winner, National Music Theater Network); 2004 Richard Rodgers Awards, American Academy of Arts and Letters - Finalist; 2004 O'Neill Musical Theater Conference - Finalist; 2003 ASCAP/Disney workshop, official selection; Moondance International Film Festival, Best Film Score Award: Losing Julia; Emmy-winning Magic Door (CBS) and Emmy-winning Venturing (PBS); Discovery Channel, Animal Planet and Food Network programs: Breed All About It, Unwrapped; Mighty Fudge Studios: Underscoring and themes for its award-winning animations; International Beckett Festival: Happy Days; Colorado Shakespeare Festival: Antony and Cleopatra, Bourgeois Gentleman, and The Tempest; The Bronx Zoo/Wildlife Conservation Society: Bug Carousel pavilion. David's concert works include: Between Times, Once Spoken, Apache Wedding Blessing, and Piano Variations. David Wohl is also a keyboardist and musical director, having performed in numerous theatrical, cabaret, and comedy venues across the United States, including the national tour of Jesus Christ Superstar (keyboard).  In 2013, David was the musical director and orchestrator of the Henry Award (Colorado "Tony")-nominated The Color Purple. For the same show, he received a True West Award nomination for Best Musical Director. He actively produces and arranges for artists and corporate clients, and teaches piano, improvisation, and composition.     


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