Outstanding Alumna - Class of 1989


Deborah Hurwitz - Former Sop 2 and Music Director, is now a composer, conductor, producer and performer who divides her time between New York City and Los Angeles. She’s written music for television shows such as Highlander: The Raven, Guiding Light, Sesame Street and dozens of other programs. She created arrangements for feature films The Crossing Guard (Miramax) and City of Industry (MGM), and she currently has two award-winning short films in festivals around the country. In the recording industry, Deborah has worked as an arranger and conductor for Sinead O'Connor and Diana King, and she was the Vocal Director of the ABC Muppet Special Elmopalooza, the soundtrack of which won the 1999 Grammy for Best Children's Album. In the summer of 1999, she spent four months on tour with Cyndi Lauper and Cher as a keyboardist and vocalist and released her debut CD as solo artist Deborah Marlowe. She is currently conducting and performing onstage in the Broadway hit musical Jersey Boys and serves as the Music Technical Designer/Synth Programmer for all Jersey Boys companies across the U.S. She made her Broadway conducting debut with Miss Saigon, played keyboards for Jekyll and Hyde and The Who's Tommy and toured with the First National companies of Mamma Mia!, Miss Saigon and Aspects of Love. As part of these productions, she has appeared on The Tonight Show, The Late Show with David Letterman, the 2006 Tony Awards and half a dozen national morning shows. Her second Deborah Marlowe album, Naked Wire, will be released in January 2007.





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