After pursuing a classical training Fiz has worked
in many different fields of the music and theatre industry as a
Musical Director in London for over twenty years, both in theatre,
television, and on the stage.
His theatre experience covers a wide range of
musicals that include Working, 110 in The Shade, Company,
Sweet Charity, Love Sic, and the London Premieres of Steven
Sondheims Merrily We Roll Along, and Howard Ashman and Alan
MenkenS's Little Shop Of Horrors.
He spent three years conducting Les Miserables
at the Palace Theatre with a brief excursion to the Donmar Warehouse
for the Kander and Ebb celebration How Lucky Can You Get, followed
by the ill - fated King at the Piccadilly Theatre.
After the U.K tour of the National Theatre production
of Guys and Dolls he spent a happy year conducting the Zurich production
of Cats before returning for the acclaimed new production of Andrew
LLoyd Webber's Aspects Of Love that returned to the Prince of Wales
theatre. He then went on to be Musical Director for Five Guys Named
Moe. Most recently he was Musical Director for the London Premiere
of The Best Of Times, the new Jerry Herman revue.
As a Musical Supervisor for The Really
Useful Group, Fiz is involved in the setting up of CATS around
the world, from productions in Europe to South Africa, and
most recently, Lebanon and Malaysia.