Brad Ross

Brad Ross(Musical Director/Composer) was most recently represented on Broadway in After the Night and the Music, a Elaine May play at the Manhattan Theater Club for which he arranged & recorded the featured dance music. He was commissioned by the Kennedy Center to write The Tales of the Custard Dragon, and his symphonic story, A Family for the Baby Grand, was performed by the National Symphony. His musical The Times (book & lyrics by multi-Emmy winner Joe Keenan, Frasier) won a Richard Rodgers Development Grant and was produced at The Long Wharf Theater. Other produced works include Little by Little at The York Theater off-Broadway and Beau Jest at The Hollywood Playhouse in Florida. Brad’s music was featured by Michael Feinstein at Carnegie Recital Hall. His music has been broadcast on CNN, PAX-TV, The Learning Channel, and WOR radio, and his R&B songs have been recorded by Gene “The Duke of Earl” Chandler and Jean Carne. He has coached performers of all ages and levels of experience including master classes at Brandeis and at the University of Michigan Musical Theater Program. He received his MFA from the NYU Graduate Musical Theater Program and a BA from Cornell.