Christopher Lash

Christopher Lash



Christopher Lash has worked around the world as a musical director, rehearsal pianist and entertainer; musically directing such shows as: Sweeney Todd, Company, Fiddler On The Roof, Grease, Urinetown, Hello, Dolly! and many more! He also composed and musically directed a production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream for Nevada Conservatory Theatre in Las Vegas. Among his other credits, he has also musically directed two Nevada premieres, the first being, Jason Robert Brown’s Songs For A New World & Funny Girl. Christopher has also worked as a rehearsal pianist for many other productions.

He was the resident musical director for The Reno Dance Company where he composed original arrangements and music for their productions. He was a co-founder/producer of Reno’s hilarious, yet short-lived, improv troupe, Slow Children At Play.

While teaching Musical Theatre at the University of Las Vegas keeps him busy during the day, by night, Christopher performs as an entertainer on “The Strip” and Downtown Las Vegas. If that didn’t keep him busy enough, he’s also had the great privilege to conduct and play forJersey Boys – Las Vegas. He is pleased to be a part of the Jersey family! While also covering in the cast of Broadway’s Tony Award winning musical, Million Dollar Quartet as Jerry Lee Lewis!

He has most recently been the Music Director & Conductor for Vegas’ hottest new show, BAZ Star-Crossed Love at The Palazzo. Working with the For The Record company, he’s also provided arrangements for their show, Scorsese: American Crime Requiem, which opened in Beverly Hills at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts.



Dueling Pianos, Piano, Solo

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