David Weinstein has worked as a composer, songwriter, lyricist, orchestrator, arranger, music director, conductor, and recording producer.
He is also currently the Director of Operations at Camp Starlight in Pennsylvania. David hopes his commitment to young people in and out of the arts is an ongoing endeavor throughout his life. He has produced adapted and music directed recordings for Broadway Junior, TYA and School Edition series for Music Theatre International, Disney Theatrical Productions, Tams Witmark, Samuel French, Stage Works Media, Playscripts and iTheatrics.
He focuses on creative development in musical theatre for stage adaptations, licensing and original work. He has also written music for It’s a Hit!, The Adventures of Flat Stanley, D-Nozzle, the Musical, Manopause the Musical incidental music for James and the Giant Peach (Music and Lyrics by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul).
In addition to scoring for numerous independent films and media projects, he is currently writing, adapting, and developing many new projects. David has toured with Irving Berlin’s White Christmas and 100 Years of Broadway. In addition, he worked on A Christmas Story Live! on Fox, Rocktopia on Broadway, and conducted Les Miserables on Broadway. He is also the resident music director and arranger at Nashville Children’s Theatre and has music directed and conducted many regional and university productions, cast albums and educational recordings. Please hear some of his work on his website: www.davidweinsteinmusic.com.
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Finding a place where kids can just be kids at camp is a goal of many camps, especially Happy Trails for Kids. In this MyCamp Podcast episode, we sat down with September and Nadia, who are both very passionate about the Happy Trails for Kids mission. In 2009, Happy Trails started their program for kids […]
If you’ve signed up your child for sleepaway camp, it’s time to start figuring out what you need to pack for summer camp. With a little preparation, packing for summer camp can be stress free. First, contact your summer camp director and ask if they have a recommended packing list. You don’t want to miss […]
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If you’re still considering what your child’s summer plans look like, consider these five types of summer camps. Finding the summer camp that’s right for your child may take a little bit of research, but it’ll be worth it to give them a unique experience where they can continue learning, making friends, and having fun. […]
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to work at a camp abroad? Bethany Wright, author of the camp blog Britinthesix, told us all about her experience working at summer camp abroad! Originally from England, Britney has worked at Camp Walden in Canada for 9 summers! Bethany found Camp Walden through an agency […]
Have you ever wondered what it was like to work at a summer camp? I can tell you it’s like letting your inner child come back out to play, reliving the fun side of what it is like being a kid again. The adventure, memories, and the magic created at camp are like no other! […]
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