Lehman Engel (Composer) – Bio, Birthday, Family, Age & Born

Lehman Engel

A. Lehman Engel was an American composer and conductor of Broadway musicals, television and film.

About Lehman Engel

Broadway musician who won two Tony Awards for Best Conductor and Musical Director in the early 1950s. He was the founder of the BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theater Workshop in New York.

Before Fame

He studied music at the Cincinnati Conservatory and in New York at Juilliard. He wrote the background music for Sean O’Casey’s artistic production of “Within the Gates” from 1934.

Achievement

He wrote music for Harold Rome in “Call Me Mister” from 1946, which won him a Tony Award. He also conducted the premieres of several operas.

Family Life

His family was residing in Jackson, Mississippi, when he was born. He and Pablo Picasso were close friends.

Associations

He conducted the music for Leonard Bernstein‘s “Wonderful Town,” both on stage and later in the television broadcast.

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Latest information about Lehman Engel updated on August 28, 2020.


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