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Scott Stein

Musical Director

Scott Stein is a Brooklyn-based pianist, songwriter, arranger, conductor and music director. A 15-year veteran of the New York City music scene, he is an in-demand performer and collaborator, working in numerous genres, from rock and pop to jazz, country, musical theater, Jewish / cantorial music and choral music. Among the highlights of his multifaceted career are: accompanying Broadway diva Rachel York, playing keyboards for American Idol alum Constantine Maroulis’s solo and cabaret work, conducting over 300 singers from HaZamir: The International Jewish Teen Chorus at Lincoln Center (in a world premiere no less), and as a member of beloved country-rockers The Ramblers, opening for Rock N Roll Hall-of-Famer Levon Helm. Born and raised in Akron, OH, Scott holds a B.M. in Composition from The Ohio State University where he studied with composers Marc Ainger and Donald Harris, and jazz pianists Bobby Floyd, Hank Marr and Mark Flugge.


Scott has become a sought-after accompanist and music director, having played and served as music director for a wide variety of theatrical projects including independent and off-Broadway productions for the New York Musical Festival (NYMF), the New York Fringe Festival, and the St. Luke's Theater. He is currently a faculty member at the H. L. Miller Cantorial School at the Jewish Theological Seminary and at the Debbie Friedman School of Sacred Music at Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion. He is also the conductor of Shir Chadash: The Brooklyn Jewish Community Chorus.

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