Jack Feierman, Conductor and Musical Director, Dies at 91

Jack Feierman, who was musical director for Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme and a conductor for Johnny Mathis, Sergio Mendez, Jose Feliciano, the Osmonds, the Lennon Sisters, Frank Sinatra and 
Natalie Cole, died at his Sherman Oaks, Calif., home on Tuesday, January 19. He was 91. He has also played trumpet for numerous TV shows, recordings and movies, besides playing with the Stan Kenton, Woody Herman, Billy May bands and was first trumpet with the Count Basie Band. High points of his career included the Frank Sinatra Diamond Jubilee, world tours with Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme. VARIETY

 VIDEO: Jack Feireman has taught conducting Technique classes at UCLA, the legendary Dick Grove School of Music (where a lot of TV and Film Scoring Composers learned their craft from many legendary teachers such as Clare Fischer, Allyn Ferguson, Rob McConnell, Mundell Lowe, etc.) He has conducted for many television, movie and concert dates. His no nonsense method is used by many of those in the Film, TV and Recording Industry as well as musical directors around the world.