51 min

49. OR MATIAS - Music Director Beyond the Lights: A Conversation with Theater Professionals

    • Performing Arts

On today's show, I speak with music director Or Matias. Or has such an incredible resume that includes Juilliard, NYU, The Great Comet, Octet, Moby Dick, The Wave which premiered in Austria, an upcoming children's album, honestly the list goes on and on. I've had the pleasure of seeing a bit of Or's work both on and off-Broadway and I was so excited to have a chance to speak with him.

For a full transcript of this episode visit beyondthelightspodcast.com.

Mentioned in this Episode
[00:00:39] Chloe Treat
[00:05:52] Ars Nova
[00:06:10] Dave Malloy
[00:11:05] “Time Does Not Bring Relief”
[00:14:42] Adam Guettel
[00:16:34] How The Great Comet Went From Cabaret to Broadway
[00:20:11] Off-Broadway Cast Recording of Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812
[00:22:25] Original Broadway Cast Record of The Great Comet
[00:26:01] Mimi Lien
[00:35:55] Octet

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On today's show, I speak with music director Or Matias. Or has such an incredible resume that includes Juilliard, NYU, The Great Comet, Octet, Moby Dick, The Wave which premiered in Austria, an upcoming children's album, honestly the list goes on and on. I've had the pleasure of seeing a bit of Or's work both on and off-Broadway and I was so excited to have a chance to speak with him.

For a full transcript of this episode visit beyondthelightspodcast.com.

Mentioned in this Episode
[00:00:39] Chloe Treat
[00:05:52] Ars Nova
[00:06:10] Dave Malloy
[00:11:05] “Time Does Not Bring Relief”
[00:14:42] Adam Guettel
[00:16:34] How The Great Comet Went From Cabaret to Broadway
[00:20:11] Off-Broadway Cast Recording of Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812
[00:22:25] Original Broadway Cast Record of The Great Comet
[00:26:01] Mimi Lien
[00:35:55] Octet

Follow Or
Website
Twitter
Instagram

Follow Beyond the Lights
Website
Facebook
Twitter
Instagram

51 min