LA 7 PM NY 10 PM TK 11 AM (+1 Day)
Big Band Hanginar
Steven Feifke, Charlie Rosen and Scott Healy
Take off on Captain John Mitchell's virtual Flight 584* for a musical journey to the land of Big Band with a layover at Super Mario Brother's Mushroom Kingdom.
In-flight entertainment includes the music of Bill Potts
Charlie Rosen (Orchestrator) is a Tony nominated and Obie Award winning composer, performer, arranger, orchestrator, music director, and producer. Recent credits include - Broadway: Be More Chill (Music Sup/Orchestrations), Moulin Rouge (Horn Arrangements), Prince of Broadway (Orchestrations), American Psycho (Assoc MD/Keys), The Visit (Guitar/Zither), Honeymoon in Vegas (Orchestrations), Cyrano de Bergerac (Composer), One Man, Two Guvnors (Music Director, Bass), 13 The Musical (Guitars, Bass, Keys), Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (Assoc. MD, Bass). Off Broadway/Regional/Other: Moulin Rouge (Orchestrations) - The Colonial Theater, Bounty Hunter (Orchestrations) - Barrington Stages, The Boston Pops (Arranger), A Legendary Romance (MD/Orch.) - Williamstown Theater Festival, Miss You Like Hell (Orchestrations) - The Public Theater, Misc. Shakespeare in the Park - The Public Theater, Be More Chill - Two River Theater (MD/Orch.), The Black Suits - Center Theater Group (MD/Orch.), Unauthorized...Samantha Brown - Goodspeed, Bonfire Night - NYSF, Charlie Rosen's Broadway Big Band - In residency at 54 Below, Chita Rivera: A Legendary Celebration - August Wilson (Orchestrations). TV/Film: Here Today - Dir. Billy Crystal (Composer), The Presidents Show - Comedy Central (Composer) Maya and Marty - NBC (MD/Composer/Arranger), Best Time Ever w/NPH - NBC (Orchestrations and Track Production), High Maintenance - HBO (Addl Music). Band leader and arranger for The 8-Bit Big Band, and Charlie Rosen's Broadway Big Band. - www.charlierosen.com @CRosenMusic
Steven Feifke, born June 21st, 1991, is an award-winning pianist, composer and orchestrator with degrees from New York University and the Manhattan School of Music, where he studied with true luminaries of composition and orchestration, Gil Goldstein and Jim McNeely.
The bandleader, a two-time semi-finalist in the Thelonious Monk Jazz Piano Competition and a Yamaha Performing Artist, has written commissioned work for such notable institutions as the Manhattan School of Music Jazz Orchestra featuring jazz trumpet greats Sean Jones and Jon Faddis, the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra with Ken Peplowski, the Malmo Big Band with Katie Thiroux, and the New Generation Festival Orchestra featuring Dominick Farinacci. Additionally, Feifke works as musical director for musical theater luminary and Tony Award Winning actor and singer Santino Fontanato. In the realm of television music, Feifke’s compositions and orchestrations have been prominently featured on such hit shows as Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee on Netflix, Impractical Jokers on TruTV, and Animaniacs on Hulu.
Feifke is the recent winner of the 2020 David Baker Prize in composition from the Ravinia Festival for his composition for piano trio and string quartet, “The Promised Land.” He has appeared as a guest lecturer and guest artist at educational institutions around the US like Yale University, Williams College, Moravian College, Northern Illinois University, and currently sits on faculty at The New School of Jazz and Contemporary Music, where he teaches private lessons in composition and arranging.
Feifke can be heard on over 30 recordings by notable artists such as Ulysses Owens Jr., Chad LB, Danny Janklow, and more. His forthcoming big band recording, "KINETIC," features Feifke's regular 18-piece ensemble, as well as special guest appearances by Veronica Swift and Ulysses Owens Jr. The album is available April 9th 2021 on Outside in Music.
Scott Healy - Moderator and ASMAC Board Member - Los Angeles-based Scott Healy is a GRAMMY-nominated composer, producer, pianist, and multi-keyboardist, best-known for playing in the house band for Conan O’Brien. In addition to his composing, recording, and live television work, Healy works in LA as a hired-gun session musician. (Read More)