Since 1979, Yaron has been, and still is the Musical Director and Pianist/Keyboardist for the world renowned vocal group The Manhattan Transfer. He has toured with them world wide ever since, and has recorded and arranged for them both vocally and instrumentally. Among his arrangements for The Manhattan Transfer is the Grammy award winning title “Why Not”. Yaron’s work can also be heard on the Broadway stage. He was the vocal arranger for the hit Musicals “City of Angels” , “Song of Singapore”, and “Swing” as well as numerous other workshops and productions such as “39” (The Music of Harold Harlen), “Tales of Manhattan”, (Music of Lieber & Stoller), and “Romeo and Juliet”. He was the original musical director of “Smoky Joe’s Cafe”, and Musical Director/Orchestrator/Vocal Arranger /Pianist Conductor, of “In Harmony” and “Volodya” workshops. Yaron also played keyboards on the Broadway musicals “Les Miserables”, and “The Phantom of the Opera”. Coming Soon to WACBIZ...
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