From a score of any type, we create, format, proof, print, bind, and deliver all of the necessary parts.
Our professionally copied and formatted materials eliminate questions, contradictions, and ambiguities before they happen—saving you time, money, and headaches.
We specialize in partnering with creative teams throughout the life-cycle of a project. From transcribing demos into professional piano-vocal scores ready for the first developmental workshop to preparing exquisite conductor scores and orchestra parts when the show is orchestrated for a full production.
The best impressions are made when you present well-prepared, considered parts to each performer and begin your relationship from a place of trust. With extensive experience in instrument and vocal ensembles of all types both on and under the stage, we understand what a musician needs to do their best work. Our small, expert team ensures that every client will receive the same individualized attention, high standard of quality, and consistency across their entire project.
Composers rest easy knowing their work will receive the personalized and careful attention it deserves.
Producers appreciate our timeliness, efficiency, and expertise.
Our deliverables make performers and conductors feel valued and supported from the first cold read.
Tim Laciano (he/him) is a music supervisor, conductor, and music preparation specialist for live performance and recorded media.
He works with producers, composers, designers, and performers to create entertainment experiences that provoke questions, manifest compassion, and inspire wonder.
In addition to his world-class musicianship, Tim’s consistency, empathy, and coolness under pressure have earned him a reputation as a reliable musical leader and admired collaborator.
He toured the country with the Tony Award–winning revivals of Hello, Dolly! and The King and I and has served on the music staff at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Yale Institute for Music Theatre, and College Light Opera Company.
This past season he was nominated for a Jeff Award for his music direction of The King and I at Drury Lane Theatre starring Betsy Morgan and Adam Jacobs. As an accompanist he has appeared in concert with artists including Elena Shaddow, Analisa Leaming, and Nic Rouleau.
Tim has been a contributing copyist on projects including Wonder Woman: Live, Under the Boardwalk (Paramount Animation), Illusion Island (Disney Interactive), Liaison (Apple TV+), Beyond the Bricks of Brum (BBC Symphony), Polite Society (Working Title Films/Focus Features), The Bricklayer (Screen Media Films), and Hollington Drive (ITV).
During the 2019–2020 academic year, he was the interim director of Princeton University’s Trego Singers and music director advisor for Princeton’s theater program. Tim holds a Bachelor of Arts from Yale University and studied conducting at the University of Michigan. He is a proud member of AFM Local 802.