George Dyer

George Dyer

Musical Director

George Dyer studied Music at Durham University, he then accepted a scholarship to study Musical Direction at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.

Since graduating, George has been involved in many projects, both in the West End and nationally. His credits as Musical Director include: MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG (Theatr Clwyd), PETER PAN (Geneva), ANNIE (West Yorkshire Playhouse), RAGTIME (Landor Theatre), BETWIXT! (Trafalgar Studios 2), DRESS CIRCLE BENEFIT (Her Majesty’s Theatre; accompanying Ellen Greene), THE WIZ (Birmingham Rep and West Yorkshire Playhouse), SINCERELY NOEL with Alistair McGowan (Riverside Studios), HELENA BLACKMAN; THE SOUND OF RODGERS AND HAMMERSTEIN (Prince of Wales Theatre), PETER PAN (QDOS), SONDHEIM IN REVERSE, TOMORROW MORNING (Landor Theatre), SHOSHANA BEAN; LIVE IN THE WEST END (Ambassador’s Theatre), A NIGHT IN WONDERLAND and ZOMBIE PROM (UK Premiere – Landor Theatre).

Other Theatre includes: WONDERFUL TOWN (UK Tour – Rehearsal Pianist) EVITA (UK Tour – Keys 2), MAD ABOUT PRODUCTIONS (Musical Supervisor and Orchestrator), ALADDIN (Orchestrator – Gracie Fields Theatre) and one of the resident Musical Directors at the SAVOY HOTEL.

As Orchestrator and Arranger: RAGTIME (Landor Theatre), BETWIXT! (Trafalgar Studios),

THE WIZ (Birmingham Rep and West Yorkshire Playhouse), SHOSHANA BEAN;


George Dyer has also been lucky enough to work with some of the West End and Broadway’s top artists, including: Shoshana Bean, Gavin Creel, Ellen Greene, Michael Arden, Julie Atherton, Joanna Riding, Connie Fisher, Michael Xavier, Rosemary Ashe, Jon Lee, Daniel Boys, Paul Spicer, Anna Jane Casey, Dianne Pilkington, Anton Stephans, Nicole Faraday, Stevie Webb, Victoria Hamilton Barrett, Oliver Tompsett, Leanne Jones, Chloe Hart, Hannah Levane, Lucy May Barker and Charlotte Wakefield.

Radio includes: Performances on BBC Radio 3?s IN TUNE, and on BBC Radio London.

Television credits include: Vocal Coach for Channel 5?s DON’T STOP BELIEVING, and accompanying Connie Fisher on the Alan Titchmarsh Show (ITV 1).