Leading Broadway music director and conductor Andy Einhorn most recently served as the music supervisor and musical director for the Broadway productions of Hello, Dolly! starring Bette Midler and Carousel starring Renée Fleming, both of which earned Grammy nominations for their original Broadway cast recording. Einhorn’s previous Broadway music directing and conducting credits include Holiday Inn, Woody Allen’s Bullets Over Broadway, Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella, Brief Encounter, and Sondheim on Sondheim. His other Broadway work includes Evita and The Light in the Piazza.
Since 2011, Einhorn has served as music director and pianist for six-time Tony Award winner Audra McDonald, performing with her at such prestigious orchestras and venues including the London Palladium, the New York Philharmonic, Boston Pops, Philadelphia Orchestra, San Francisco Symphony, National Symphony Orchestra, Cincinnati Pops, Chicago Symphony, Los Angeles Opera, Carnegie Hall and Sydney Symphony. They have recorded two albums together: Sing Happy: Live with the New York Philharmonic and Go Back Home.
Einhorn served as the music director for HBO’s Peabody Award winning documentary Six by Sondheim and music supervisor for the Peabody Award-winning Great Performances special Broadway Musicals: A Jewish Legacy on PBS. He conducted Bette Midler and Marc Shaiman at the 2019 Academy Awards. He also music supervised and appeared on camera for the Emmy Award-winning performance of an original song composed for HBO’s Last Week Tonight starring John Oliver. His upcoming film and TV projects include the Apple TV+ programs Extrapolations and Cabrini with producer Jonathan Sanger.
Recently, Einhorn has conducted concerts with Baltimore Symphony, Detroit Symphony, Vancouver Symphony, Pacific Symphony and Cleveland Orchestra. He is a faculty member at the Aspen Music Festival, and is an honors graduate of Rice University in Houston, Texas.