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KENNY SEYMOUR has developed a reputation as a consummate professional for his creativity, talent, versatility, exquisite musicianship, and his ability to navigate a wide variety of musical styles and genres with authenticity and integrity. He has worked with many of Broadway’s top producers, composers, playwrights, choreographers, and directors, a wide variety of artists in the recording industry, as well as many up and coming directors of film and television.

Currently the music director/music supervisor and arranger of the 12 Time Tony nominated hit Broadway show Ain’t Too Proud: The Life & Times of the Temptations, some of his other credits include: music director for the Tony Award winning Best Musical Memphis, orchestrator for Broadway’s Amazing Grace, music supervisor/arranger/orchestrator for MARLEY: A Premiere Musical, music director/supervisor/orchestrator for Carnegie Hall’s A Time Like This: Music For Change, as well as dance arranger/electronic music producer for Half-Time: The Musical, music director/arranger/incidental music for The Tallest Tree In The Forest, and music supervisor/orchestrator for Big Maybelle: Soul of the Blues.

As a composer Kenny has had his work performed by the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra, received a Global Music Award for Best Original Score of the independent film Talking with the Taxman About Poetry and, composed and orchestrated music for the popular international children’s language program English Egg. Kenny has arranged and orchestrated music for shows on Fox, BET, and NBC as well as the Inaugural Ball for President Barack Obama. He has performed on stages around the world, from the legendary Apollo Theatre and Carnegie Hall, to the Montreux Jazz Festival, working with a wide variety of the industry’s top recording artists.

Kenny owes his start in the music industry to his late grandmother, entertainer Wilhelmina C. Pappy, his mother, Broadway actress Mary Seymour of Hair (original Broadway cast) and Raisin: The Musical, and his late father, Kenny W. Seymour formerly of the music group "Little Anthony and the Imperials".

Kenny attended Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art, Manhattan School of Music, and Berklee College of Music. 


  • "Oya: Rise of the Orisha" - Surreal Films

  • "Yemoja: Rise of The Orisha" - Surreal Films

  • “Talking With The Taxman About Poetry” Freedom Writer Pictures - Composer

  • “Fringe” - Thalicer Entertainment - Composer)

  • “English Egg Language Series” - Wisemom Entertainment - Composer


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  • “Ain't Too Proud” (Broadway: Imperial Theatre) - Music Supervisor/Music Director/Arranger

  • "Half Time: The Musical" (Paper Mill Playhouse) - Dance Music Arranger/Electronic Music Producer 

  • “Amazing Grace: An Epic Musical” (Norma Terris Theater at Goodspeed) - Orchestrator 

  • "Marley: A World Premiere Musical" (Center Stage) - Music Supervisor/Orchestrator/Arranger

  • “Memphis: The Birth of Rock and Roll” (Broadway: Shubert Theater) - Music Director/Conductor/Key 1(4 Tonys)

  • “The Tallest Tree In The Forest”(KC Rep./La Jolla P.H.) - Music Director/Orchestrator/Incidental Music Composer

  • “Big Maybelle:  Soul of The Blues” (Bay Street Theater, Sag Harbor) - Music Supervisor/Orchestrator/Arranger

  • “The Wiz” (La Jolla Playhouse) - Dance Music Arranger

  • “Hot Feet” (Broadway: Hilton Theater) - Synthesizer Programmer

  • “Bare: The Musical” (Off Broadway) - Synthesizer Programmer

  • “Fame: The Musical” (Coconut Grove Playhouse) - Mitchell Lee (Ensemble)

  • “The Tempest” (Delacorte Theater) Ariel (Ensemble)

  • “The Good & Bad Girls of The Bible” (Sadie Mae Productions) - Original Score




"The 2009 Presidential Inaugural" Ball (Stevie Wonder)

“The Singing Bee” (Fox Network)

“Sunday Best” (B.E.T. Network)

“Showtime at the Apollo” (NBC Network)

“The Celebration of Gospel” (B.E.T. Network)

“B.E.T. Honors” (B.E.T. Network)





     Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra • Dionne Warwick ● Jordan Sparks ● 98 Degrees ● Pheobe Snow

                     Missy “Misdemeanor” Elliot ● Yolanda Adams ● Angie Stone ● Jodeci ● Monica ●

Groove Theory ● Faith Evans ● “JT” Taylor ● Zhane ● Tevin Campbell ● Ray Chew ● Jade

And a host of many more.

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