Jan
24
2022

Warren Wills, Melbourne born, London based, Warren Wills is a multi-award winning composer, musical director and performer who has worked with many of the world’s best cabaret, opera, jazz and classical artists. One of the most versatile and gifted musicians on the international scene, he has authored 8 original operas, 10 musicals, 13 children’s musicals, 25 albums ( with Prestige Records on iTunes, and Spotify), 5 major orchestral works and music direction credits on more than 50 productions. Warren has played and composed for the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC), as well as for Woody Allen in New York City, Pamela Anderson in London, and has toured extensively in Europe, Asia and the US, with appearances on MTV in the Middle East.

Credits include: Winner of Best Musical: Carling London Award 1992 for Pinmoney Opera which he co-wrote with Christiana Jones; Runner-up, Critics Circle Award for Josephine; Twice finalist for the Vivian Ellis Award for Moscow Belongs To Me and House Of Obsession; Musical Director and Arranger Soul Train, nominated for Olivier Award for Best Entertainment; Composer of Critics Choice Card Index (BAC); Composer and pianist on the album Lost And Found; Composer Great Expectations (UK/Philadelphia co-production); Composer and Musical Director Ella and Marilyn (Stratford East Theatre); Composer Penelopiad (RSC production Swan Theatre, Ottawa); Musical Director The Realness (Young Vic with Only Connect); Composer and Musical Director Happy Hooker (launched NYC); Xmas with Alistair McGowan (Riverside studios); numerous solo albums as part of the Maestro series for Prestige Records including Eleven Aspects and Piano Classics, and Composer and founder of INTERNATIONAL SHED, a collaborative, socially inclusive musical theatre for children from disadvantaged and special needs backgrounds in Australia, Hong Kong and UK.