Drew Zaremba and Kyle Gordon are so passionate about the Roaring ‘20s, they developed a high-energy variety show for orchestras about the age of speakeasies, the rise of Hollywood royalty, and the birth of jazz.
These enormously talented composers and conductors will entertain our audiences with the culture and entertainment of the 1920s; it’ll feel like you jumped in a time machine!
Drew is proud to be a three-time Herb Alpert Young Jazz Composer winner. He's an award-winning composer, a passionate conductor, and a fiery performer. Drew joined the faculty of the award-winning University of Northern Colorado (UNC) jazz studies department in 2018 to teach jazz composition and arranging.
Kyle is a composer, arranger, and orchestrator as well as a performer and conductor. In 2019, Kyle began orchestrating and engraving for film, working on titles such as Star Wars IX, Frozen 2, "The Simpsons," and "BBC Seven Worlds." Kyle is currently an Adjunct Professor of Music at Tarrant County College in Fort Worth, Texas.
Drew and Kyle were excited to write new scores for the famous silent comedies "The Immigrant" and "One Week" for this show, noting that every bit of emotion has to be captured and shown in the music because there's no dialogue. The orchestra itself will be a main character in these short films.