Much in demand across the world he has most recently been Music Supervisor for
the first Mandarin language production of Spring Awakening in Shanghai, and
the new Chinese Musical Youth Awakening.
Scheduled for March 2024 he is Music Supervisor and arranger for the new
production of Syncopation; a new play at the Bridewell Theatre London.
Currently a Musical Supervisor for The Really Useful Group, Fiz is responsible for the
re-creation of CATS around the world, including the 30tth anniversary production in
Seoul, the first Korean language production and the first Mandarin language
production in China. He also supervised the recent Japanese cast album recording of
He was also Musical Supervisor for the first Mandarin language production of Tell Me
On A Sunday which opened in Shanghai in 2018.
His theatre experience covers a wide range of musicals that include Working,
110 in The Shade, Company, Sweet Charity, and the London Premieres of
Merrily We Roll Along, and Little Shop Of Horrors.
He spent three years conducting Les Miserables at the Palace Theatre, was Music
Director and arranger for the Kander and Ebb celebration How Lucky Can You Get,
followed by King at the Piccadilly Theatre; the story of Martin Luther King.
After the U.K tour of the National Theatre production of Guys and Dolls he was
Music Director for the Zurich production of CATS before returning to London’s West
End for the acclaimed new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Aspects Of Love at
the Prince of Wales theatre. He then went on to be Musical Director for Five Guys
Named Moe, and for the London Premiere of The Best Of Times, the new Jerry
Fiz also works as a Vocal Arranger for theatre and across many genres including
albums for Michael Ball & Alfie Boe, the national tour of What A Feeling, and the
male singing group Teatro.