David Warrack has been composer and musical director of more than 250 shows and has worked with orchestras and bands across North America. His one-woman show with Maureen Forrester played around the world and his recent show Rob Roy played to sell-out crowds at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. He regularly shares the stage with Broadway's Louise Pitre, Tony-nominated star of Mamma Mia, and Michael Burgess, Toronto's Les Miserables and the legendary Jackie Richardson. He is the conductor of the Canada Pops Orchestra and the brand new Rose Orchestra in Brampton and has also conducted the National Arts Centre Orchestra in Ottawa, the Mendelssohn Choir and the Kitchener/Waterloo Symphony. David has performed, as a pianist, on the stages of Roy Thompson Hall and the Princess of Wales Theatre and many other venues in Canada and the U.S. He has won numerous awards for his work including four Dora Mavor Moore Awards. Visit www.davidwarrack.ca.