Bill Hindin – Milwaukee Pianist

Bill Hindin, Milwaukee Pianist

Bill Hindin, Milwaukee Pianist

WILLIAM HINDIN  – Musical Director, Pianist, Arranger, Vocalist.

Bill has been a resident of New York City for 34 years. After growing up in Shorewood and attending Shorewood High School, he graduated from Northwestern University’s acclaimed Music School.

Bill is currently working on the development of a new musical entitled “Hereafter” written by Vincent Favale, VP of Entertainment of CBS programming, in New York.

He recently completed a 5-week off-Broadway run of the acclaimed show, “Spaghetti & Matzo Balls” with the singer and actress, Rena Strober. Bill co-musical directed the 35th Anniversary show of “All My Children” at New York City’s Town Hall. He served as Musical Director for the Broadway Cares Equity Fights AIDSLabors of Love” show at the off-Broadway Lambs Theatre. For four years, he served as Musical Director, Conductor, Arranger and Road Manager for entertainer John Davidson. He has also conducted for Rosemary Clooney and the Stars of the Lawrence Welk show. In between countless Equity and Non-Equity tour and dinner theatres, he served as Musical Director and vocal arranger for Allan Albert Productions in the development of theme park shows. For 8 years he served as senior Musical Director and Conductor for Princess Cruises, as well as developing revues and hiring talent for Cunard Cruise Line, Celebrity Cruise Line and Majesty Cruise Line. In 1992, he was a featured performer at the USA Pavilion at the World Expo in Seville, Spain. He has also served on the staff of the MFA Program of The Actors Studio and was a Graduate Assistant for the Saratoga-Potsdam Choral Institute for 4 years, performing and teaching choral masterworks with the Philadelphia Orchestra. He is most proud of being a part of the Grammy Award-winning recordings Beethoven‘s “Missa Solemnis” and “Verdi Requiem” with the Chicago Symphony Chorus. His management company, William Hindin Artist Management (“WHAM“), represents variety and theatrical performers.

Click here for  Bill’s Web Page.  Click here for WHAM.

phone: 212.222.7755
email: bill@williamhindin.com

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