Pianist, composer and arranger in every field from classical to jazz, Dick Hyman has become legendary to music lovers and musicians in every part of the world. From his arrangements of songs for films by Woody Allen to his chamber music, art songs and choral settings, Dick has become one of the best known musicians in his more than 70 years as a performer.
In addition to his classical compositions, Dick Hyman was music director for Arthur Godfrey as well as orchestrator of the hit musical "Sugar Babies". He has served as composer/arranger/conductor/pianist for Woody Allen films including "Zelig," "The Purple Rose of Cairo," "Broadway Danny Rose," "Stardust Memories," "Hannah and Her Sisters," "Radio Days," "Bullets Over Broadway," "Mighty Aphrodite," "Everyone Says I Love You," and "Sweet and Lowdown". Other scores include "Moonstruck," "Scott Joplin," " The Lemon Sisters," and "Alan and Naomi".
2016 marks Dick’s 90th birthday and we’re thrilled to invite you to celebrate with him by way of musical conversations and birthday parties, complete with cake and coffee, in both Sarasota and Venice (where Dick and his wife, the sculptor Julia Hyman, currently reside).