Will Curry

Will Curry enjoys a diverse career as a violist, violinist, conductor, teacher, and orchestrator. Recently the Music Director and conductor of the national tour of Miss Saigon, Will previously performed with the Broadway productions of My Fair Lady, Miss Saigon, Fiddler on the Roof, and Les Misérables. Also an avid chamber musician, Will is a member of Mod3, with pianist Carol Ann Aicher and oboist Kevin Chavez, and regularly performs with the Broadway Chamber Players.


A graduate of Northwestern University, Will studied viola with Roland Vamos and conducting with Victor Yampolsky. He trained in the Suzuki method at The School for Strings in New York City and is a teaching artist with Broadway Classroom. Will also teaches conducting and has given masterclasses at various high schools and universities across the country.


Will can be heard on the cast albums of My Fair Lady, Fiddler on the Roof, and John & Jen, and he has released two solo albums, Fill in the Words and The Time of Year for Miracles, with actor/singer Ian Patrick Gibb. Will contributed orchestrations to Jake Weinstein’s short film Ode to the Singing Butler, and to Lawrence Rush’s musical adaptation of Pride and Prejudice. Other orchestration credits include performances by Andrew Lippa, Carole Shelley, Christine Ebersole, Andrea McArdle, Jay Armstrong Johnson, and Andrew Keenan-Bolger, Harvey Evans, and Jim Brochu, and Daniel Reichard.