Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
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John Mauceri Biography (1945-)
Full name, John Francis Mauceri; born September 12, 1945, in New York, NY; son of Gene B. (a physician) and Mary Elizabeth (Marino) Mauceri; married BettyWeiss (an arts consultant), June 15, 1968; children: Benjamin Robert. Addresses: Agent--Columbia Artists Management, 165 West 57th Street, New York, NY 10019.
- Birth Details
- September 12, 1945
- New York, New York, United States
Credits; Stage Work; Conductor, Unless Otherwise Noted
- The Saint of Bleecker Street, Wolf Trap Farm Park for the Performing Arts, Vienna, VA, 1973.
- Mass (also known as Leonard Bernstein's Mass), Vienna, Austria, 1973.
- Music supervisor and director, Candide, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn, NY, then Broadway Theatre, New York City, 1973.
- Don Carlos, Welsh National Orchestra, 1974.
- Death in Venice, San Francisco, CA, 1975.
- Angle of Repose, San Francisco, CA, 1976.
- Fidelio, Metropolitan Opera, New York City, 1976.
- Otello, Scottish Opera, 1976.
- Music supervisor and director, On Your Toes, Virginia Theatre, NY, 1982.
- La Forza del Destino, English National Orchestra, 1983.
- Madama Butterfly, Covent Garden company, Manchester, England, 1983.
- Music supervisor and coproducer, On Your Toes, Palace Theatre, New York City, 1984, then London, England.
- Producer, music supervisor, and director, Song and Dance, Royale Theatre,New York City, 1985.
- Candide, Scottish Opera/Old Vic, 1988.
- Street Scene, Scottish Opera, 1989.
- Regina, Scottish Opera, 1991.
- Also conducted other works, including one featuring the music of ClaudioMonteverdi and another version of Candide, both with New York City Opera Chorus and Orchestra.
Credits; Major Tours
- Associate producer, music supervisor, and director, On Your Toes, Miami,FL, New Orleans, LA, and TX, 1984.
Credits; Television Work; Specials
- Music supervisor and director, Mass (also known as Leonard Bernstein's Mass), 1973.
- Live from the Kennedy Center, PBS, 1981.
- Live from the Kennedy Center, PBS, 1982.
- "Candide," Great Performances (also known as Live from Lincoln Center), PBS, 1986.
- Music director, Gala of Stars, PBS, 1987.
- Music conductor, "Bernstein at 70," Great Performances, PBS, 1989.
- Music conductor, The King and I: Recording a Hollywood Dream, PBS, 1993.
- Music conductor, "Music for the Movies: The Hollywood Sound," Great Performances, PBS, 1995.
- Music conductor of the Smashing Pumpkins Orchestra, The 13th Annual MTV Music Video Awards, MTV, 1996.
- Music conductor, Disney's Young Musicians Symphony Orchestra, The DisneyChannel, 1997.
Credits; Television Appearances; Specials
- Host, Live from Lincoln Center, CBS Cable, 1980.
- Host, Live from Lincoln Center, CBS Cable, 1982.
- "Bernstein at 70," Great Performances, PBS, 1989.
- "Music for the Movies: The Hollywood Sound," Great Performances, PBS, 1995.
- Disney's Young Musicians Symphony Orchestra, The Disney Channel, 1997.
Credits; Television Appearances; Series
- Host, A&E Stage (also known as Stage), Arts and Entertainment, 1992-93.
Credits; Film Work
- Additional music performer, That's Entertainment III (also known as That's Entertainment! Part III), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1994.
- Orchestra conductor, Evita, Buena Vista, 1996.
- Candide, 1983.
- On Your Toes, 1983.
- Bernstein: Candide, New York City Opera Chorus and Orchestra, 1985.
- Also involved in the recording of Gershwins in Hollywood, Girl Crazy, TheKing and I, Seven Deadly Sins, and Street Scene.
Writings;Composer of Music for Television Series
- Classical Music, CBS Cable, 1982.
- (Contributor) Sennets and Tuckets: A Bernstein Celebration, edited by Steven Ledbetter, Boston Symphony Orchestra in association with D. R. Godine (Boston, MA), 1988.
- Contributor to periodicals, including Musical America and opera publications, especially for the Scottish Opera.
- Musical America, July, 1991, pp. 8-11.
- Opera News, June, 1987, pp. 10-13.