Doug Oberhamer has been involved in musical theater for over 25 years. His credits range from Broadway and Off Broadway to National and International Tours. He also works as a Composer, Arranger, Orchestrator, Music Producer and Vocal Coach in New York and abroad.


Latest projects:  The Bench: Journey into Love - Composer, Arranger, Orchestrator and Music Supervisor. 


Frida - Music Director. The Coyote - Arranger, Orchestrator, MD.


Recently worked on a new version of Frank Wildhorn’s Dracula


Doug was the Music Director, Conductor and Orchestrator for What Do Critics Know? at the NYMF Festival.  He was also the Music Director, Composer and Arranger for Reel to Real for Broadway Asia/Warner Brothers in Beijing and the Edinburgh Festival, I Got Fired at The Barrow Group Theatre, and The A**hole in My Head which recently played at Birdland.  He also Music Directed a wonderful new show titled Top Drawer that featured his original compositionI found the Music”.


Doug co-created a wonderful new children’s Musical titled: A Quiet Clock. The music includes his orchestrations, track programming as well as some compositional work.


Other Music Directing Credits include: Swing! (Broadway, National Tour, Japanese Tour, Marriot Linconshire), Thoroughly Modern Millie (National Tour), My Vaudeville Man (The York Theatre, Arr./Orch.), Man of La Mancha (Shakespeare Theatre of NJ, Md, Arr., Orch.) Wanda's World (45th Street Theatre), Flight of the Lawnchair Man (37 Arts), Crazy for You (National Tour), Women on the Verge (The Irish Arts Center, Arr./Orch.), Frankenstein (Casino Rama), Nunsense (Fallsview Casino), Seeing Stars (The York Theatre), Rings (AMD - NY Fringe Festival), Saturday Night Fever (AMD - National Tour), Gemini (AMD - The Acorn)


Doug can also be found in the cabaret world as a Music Director, Arranger and Orchestrator. He has performed at Birdland, Feintstein’s  54 Below, The Zipper, The Triad, Joe’s Pub, Feinsteins East Side, Don’t Tell Mama’s, and Rose’s Turn with shows such as: The Night Has Just Begun, Steppin’ Out, Little Death, Foreign Currency, Love Stories, The A**hole in My Head and others.


He can be heard as the featured trumpet soloist on the Sony Classics Grammy nominated recording of Swing! (Original Broadway Cast recording) as well as MCA Records Vanessa Daou "Slow to Burn" and is currently collaborating with Nile Rodgers on DoubleTime.  He was nominated for a Jefferson Award for his work on Swing! in Chicago and won a Bistro Award for excellence in Musical Direction and Arranging/Orchestrating for Little Death.    

917-913-7603

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