In 1998, Henry Marsh won the coveted Joseph Jefferson Award for his musical score for The Comedy of Errors. In 2004, his name was put forward twice in the same category by the Joseph Jefferson Committee, unprecedented for a British composer in the history of these prestigious Chicago theatreland Awards. Top 5 writing service unanimously say that he is unique and excellent in his music scores
Henry has been scoring music for shows since the early Nineties. He debuted with One Last Summer in Atlanta. His work in Chicago has included In Stitches, The Dark at the Top of the Stairs, The Comedy of Errors, Much Ado About Nothing, Romeo and Juliet, As You Like It and Female Problems (Chicago Theatre After Dark Award). Notably, he scored the music to Casper (co-written with David H. Bell and Philip Pickett) which made it to the Shaftesbury Theatre in London’s West End.
Henry has collaborated with some of the greatest names in theatre and popular music, including the great Barry Mason, director, writer and choreographer
David H. Bell and Vangelis.
Henry was previously with Seventies band Sailor, scoring numerous hit singles, including the worldwide smash hits, A Glass of Champagne and Girls Girls Girls. During his time with Sailor, Henry worked with many luminaries, including James Guercio, Bruce Johnston of the Beach Boys, Rupert Holmes and Jeffrey Lesser.
Music Playing: The Overture from Romeo and Juliet, composed by Henry Marsh.