Mark Warman

Music graduate of King’s College, Cambridge. Musical Director for Les Misérables (Palace), Pacific Overtures (Donmar – 2004 Olivier for Outstanding Musical Production), Sinatra (Palladium), Chess In Concert (Royal Albert Hall), Thoroughly Modern Millie (Shaftesbury), Metropolis (Piccadilly), Into the Woods (Donmar), Rocky Horror Show (Royal Court), Sweeney Todd (Holland Park Opera), Night of 1000 Voices (Royal Albert Hall), King (Prince Edward), Enter the Guardsman (Donmar), Groucho: a Life in Revue (Comedy), Fields of Ambrosia (Aldwych), Iron Man (Young Vic), Floyd Collins (Bridewell), Rooms (Finborough), Adrian Mole (Wyndhams) and conductor for Kiss Me Kate (Victoria Palace), Children of Eden (Prince Edward) and Lion King (Lyceum). Musical Supervisor for two Stephen Sondheim world stage premières: Saturday Night (Bridewell) and Evening Primrose (Sadler’s Wells).

Theatre arrangements include Nine (Donmar: London première), Hard Times (Theatre Royal, Haymarket – cast album on First Night Records), Into the Woods (Donmar), Adrian Mole (Wyndhams – cast album on EMI), Moll Flanders (Lyric, Hammersmith – cast album on First Night Records), Legacy, The Legendary Golem and Yusupov (Sydmonton Festival). Film and TV arrangements include signature tunes to the hit comedies May to December and Watching, the TV drama Mr Pye, the Omnibus documentary Mr. Abbott’s Broadway and the award-winning film Penny for your Dreams. Orchestrations for Carl Davis include A Year in Provence, The Queen’s Nose, Anne Frank Remembered (1995 Oscar for Best Documentary Film) and the classic BBC adaptation of Pride and Prejudice.

Since 2003 Mark has taught the craft of Musical Direction at the Royal Academy of Music.

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