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JAY WEIGEL IS A DISTINGUISHED COMPOSER, PRODUCER, CONDUCTOR, ARRANGER, ORCHESTRATOR AND CONTRACTOR FOR FILM, TELEVISION, MUSIC RECORDINGS AND CONCERTS.

His recent scores, soundtrack recordings and orchestrations can be heard in over 50 films including:

Warner Brothers;

Our Brand Is Crisis

Midnight Special

Grudge Match

The Campaign

Green Lantern

The Lucky One

Get Hard

Universal Films;

All My Life

Girl’s Trip

Paramount;

Paradise Lost

Netflix;

A Fall From Grace

The Highwaymen

The Last Laugh

HBO Productions;

Little Britain

The Other Woman

The Best of Me

Independent and Documentary Films;

Loving

I Love You Phillip Morris

Camp Cool Kids

All Styles

The True Don Quixote

Camera Store

Heart, Baby

One Nation

Cut Off

Hate Crime

Caged No More

American Reject

Bullet to the Head

John Kennedy Toole: the omega point

Haynesville

The Rational Middle

20 Tyler Perry films and TV Series.


His concert works has been commissioned by;

The Kennedy Center

The Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra

St. Louis Cathedral

The New Orleans Jazz Orchestra

The University of Southern Mississippi Symphony

The Acadiana Symphony

Sculptor Lin Emery


From 1985 to 1991 Jay was Lecturer of Composition and Orchestration at Xavier University. SInce 2007 Jay has taught film scoring at Loyola University.  He helped organize the Louisiana Composers Guild and served as the co-chairman of the Louisiana Music Commission from 1998-2004.  Most recently, Jay served on the Bring New Orleans Back Subcommittee on Culture, then Lt. Governor Mitch Landrieu’s Louisiana Rebirth Advisory Board,  Board President of the Louisiana Cultural Foundation, and currently serves on the Board of Govenors of the Memphis Chapter of the Recording Academy. Jay was instrumental in helping craft Louisiana’s Sound Recording Tax Credit program.

Jay owns two music companies, Floating City Music, Inc and Carondelet Music Group, LLC.


Jay on IMDB:     www.imdb.com/name/nm1020698/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1


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