John Herberman comes to music composing, arranging, and production via a wide range of musical experiences. Herberman has degrees in Music and in Education from the University of Toronto, as well as extensive training in composition from the Royal Conservatory of Music and with the late Gordon Delamont. He has also done graduate work in film scoring and arranging at the Eastman School of Music. He taught high school music for seven years before leaving the teaching profession to devote all his time to music production. Since that time, Herberman has written and recorded music for film, television, radio, and TV commercials, live theatre and industrial shows, and jazz groupsboth vocal and instrumental. He composed original music for Family Passions on CTV, Once Upon a Hamster for YTV, and created soundscapes for Dan Gibson's acclaimed "Solitudes"series of recordings. Several band compositions have been published and receive international distribution. Herberman also has extensive corporate and private market experience as leader/arranger for a successful top-40 dance band and a classical trio.
Herberman has had the distinction of being asked to design the sound and music for two national museums in Ottawa: the National Aviation Museum, and the Canada In Space exhibit in the Museum of Science and Technology. Out of the Aviation Museum was produced a one-hour CBC co-production featuring Pierre Berton, which has won several international awards.
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