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  ROSLYN NEWS April 28, 2015 Article about Mr. Frey

The Director, Composer and Advisor --  Brad Frey

Brad has been associated with the Royal Crown Players since 1984 where he began his long tenure starting as the musical director for "Anything Goes".  He became the director of the club in 1999 and also continues as the musical director.

Directing credits: Follies, How to Succeed in Business, A Day in Hollywood, A Night in the Ukraine, Grease, Pirates of Penzance, The Secret Garden, Once on This Island, Les Misérables, Man of La Mancha, Aida, Urinetown, Rumors, Fiddler on the Roof, Ragtime, Damn Yankees, Noises Off, Miss Saigon, Gypsy, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Tommy, AirHeart, Hair, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, and Legally Blonde, A Chorus Line, Little Shop of Horrors, Jesus Christ Superstar and In the Heights. Musical Direction credits: Anything Goes, Bye Bye Birdie, The Pajama Game, Oliver, Guys and Dolls, South Pacific, Oklahoma, Evita, Godspell, the Most Happy Fella, Into the Woods, Les Misérables, Ragtime, Songs for a New World, Leader of the Pack, You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown, Aida, Tommy, AirHeart, Footloose, Hair, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, A Chorus Line, Little Shop of Horrors and Jesus Christ Superstar.  Composed musical credits: Whammy (1988), Tiananmen (1996) and AirHeart   (2011).

Brad is  also the choral  director of the Roslyn High School and the founder of the Chamber Singers. He holds degrees in music and music education from the University of Pittsburgh and Columbia University, where he studied composition, piano, conducting and theater.  Mr. Frey has been the choral director at Roslyn High School for thirty-two years.  Under his direction, the Chamber Singers have performed at Carnegie Hall,  Madison Square Garden, Avery Fisher Hall, Shea Stadium, the Nassau Coliseum and the Tilles Center.   He has served on the executive board of the Nassau Music Educators Association, culminating as Vice-President of Division II in 1994. He has also been a member of the Music Educators National Council and the New York State School Music Association  for 39 years.