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Alex Lacamoire      

Tony Award-Winning Musician, Arranger, Conductor, Director, Copyist, & Orchestrator

Alex Lacamoire is a Cuban-American musician, arranger, conductor, musical director, music copyist, and orchestrator who has worked on many shows both on and off Broadway. Lacamoire is currently the musical director and orchestrator of Lin-Manuel Miranda's Hamilton.

Lacamoire's early Broadway credits as Music Director, Arranger, and/or Orchestrator include: Bat Boy: The Musical (for which he also served as Musical Director of the 2001 Original Cast Recording); the 2001 National Tour of Godspell; Stephen Schwartz's Captain Louie (for which he also orchestrated the 2005 original cast recording); and Legally Blonde. He also conducted the cast recording of the 2000 touring cast of Godspell. Lacamoire was also the Music Director of Wicked in 2005, and Music Supervisor for the musical High Fidelity in 2006, as well as assisting with the orchestrations for that show.

In 2007, Alex Lacamoire earned a Drama Desk Award nomination for Outstanding Orchestrations as Music Director for the Off Broadway production of Lin-Manuel Miranda's In the Heights. Following its successful Off Broadway run, In The Heights transferred to the Richard Rodgers Theatre on Broadway. Lacamoire, along with Bill Sherman, won the 2008 Tony Award for Best Orchestrations and the 2009 Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album for their combined work on In The Heights.

In 2012, Lacamoire and Tom Kitt were the Co-Orchestrators of Bring It On: the Musical — another collaboration with Lin-Manuel Miranda—for which Lacamoire also served as Music Supervisor and Arranger. Additionally, Lacamoire wrote the dance arrangements for the 2012 Broadway revival of Annie.

Alex Lacamoire is currently the Music Director, Orchestrator, and Conductor for the Broadway Production of Hamilton at the Richard Rodgers Theatre—continuing in the roles he held during the show's Off-Broadway production at The Public Theater—as well as the Co-Arranger (along with Lin-Manuel Miranda) of the show's score. Lacamoire won his second Antoinette Perry Award for Excellence in Theatre for Best Orchestrations in 2016 for the Broadway production of Hamilton.


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Alex Lacamoire and Michael Aronov were graduates of Miami's New World School of the Arts.

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