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Pit Musicians Panel


Matt is a versatile multi-instrumentalist, music producer, and two-time graduate of Berklee College of Music. Currently living in New York City, Matt has played for several shows On and Off-Broadway while also freelancing around the city. Pre-pandemic, he played guitar for the First National Tour of Dear Evan Hansen and the International Tour of Kinky Boots. You can hear his recent work as a music producer on any streaming service under Maria Wirries. For more information, or to contact Matt, you can visit his website

Matt Wong is a guitarist, and educator working in New York City. A versatile musician, Matt is comfortable in many styles of music including R&B, jazz, pop, and rock, and plays instruments such as mandolin, banjo, bouzouki, and octave mandolin, in addition to guitar. He works as both a session musician, and live performer, and has recorded for songwriters, producers, and composers in eight countries to date from his home studio, and commercial studios and has performed across the US and Canada from the Blue Note Jazz Club in New York City to Catalina Jazz Club in Los Angeles. As an educator, Matt has taught masterclasses/clinics for several high schools, has contributed articles to Guitar World Magazine's lesson section, and currently teaches at New York University.

Credits: Earl Klugh (Grammy Award winner), Annaleigh Ashford (Tony Award winner), Come From Away (1st National Tour), The Wrong Man (Off-Broadway), Wicked (Broadway). 

Matt is a proud user of Elixir Strings, Xotic, 64 Audio, G7th Capos, and Strymon.

Cameron is a Broadway/prog metal musician/producer originally from Halifax N.S. Canada. Cameron has also worked professionally as an arranger, orchestrator and mixer. Cam first picked up a guitar at the age of nine.  Since the beginning, he has striven to be as versatile a musician as he can be, and his influences reflect that.  They include Pat Metheny, Pantera, Dizzy Gillespie, Metallica, John Coltrane, Dream Theater, Glenn Gould, Animals As Leaders, Chopin, The Who, and Periphery, just to name a few.

Cameron left Halifax to attend Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA, where he received several scholarships. He graduated summa cum laude from Berklee, with a Bachelor’s Degree in the double major of Guitar Performance and Contemporary Writing and Production. 

After college, and settling in NYC, Cameron became an in-demand pit musician. Playing for Aladdin the musical, Wicked, On Your Feet, Jersey Boys, Chicago the musical, and Beetlejuice the musical to name only a few all on Broadway. He has also toured the USA with the musical Something Rotten, playing in every major city in the country.

Outside of Broadway Cameron has worked several times with Adam Pascal, performing in Adams's solo project. Cameron also had Adam as a guest on his own solo project arrangement of “Levon”, released on youtube.

Cameron produces professionally from his studio and has had his music featured on network television channels TBS, Disney, and FOX. He the producer for artist Juliane Godfrey, and is Orchestrating and recording a new musical by Michael O’Flaherty. 

His band “Sound Struggle”, known in the progressive metal community, with three albums released, the third of which was entirely written, performed, recorded, produced, and mixed by himself. 

Cameron is now the full-time Guitar 3 chair at Doubtfire! the musical on broadway, showing at the Stephen Sondheim theater. To see what he is up to now follow Cameron on social media @crazmuffen on all platforms.

British Bassist Michelle Marie Osbourne has had the privilege to work and travel with some prominent artists and producers alike. Born and raised in London, England, Michelle’s musical journey started in her teenage years. Her love for music eventually led her to study at the BRIT Performing Arts and Technology school. Michelle went on to further train for a year at The Institute of Contemporary Music Performance (formerly known as the Guitar Institute and Bass Tech). During her time of study, Michelle met and worked with some of the UK’s most established musicians, artists, and songwriters. These relationships played a key part in Michelle’s development and this led her to become a prominent fixture in the UK’s music scene. It wasn't long after that Michelle made a decision to relocate to New York City in order to further pursue her career in music.

To date has been afforded the opportunity to work with the following artists: Gloria Gaynor, Jessie J, Emeli Sande, The Wanted, Jocelyn Brown, Calum Scott & Leona Lewis, Sugababes, Joe McElderry, Andrea McClurkin Mellini, Jahmene Douglas. Theatre projects and showcases include: Unwanted Cycle (Mabou Mines Theatre, The SHED) Black Light- Off-Broadway (The Public Theatre, American Repertory Theatre – A.R.T) 'SIX' The Musical – Pre Broadway – (Ordway Theatre) 'SIX' The Musical – Broadway run (currently).

Angie Swan is a multi-instrumentalist born and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. After attending Milwaukee High School of the Arts, Angie went on to study at the world-renowned Berklee College of Music in Boston. When she arrived at Berklee, the music industry was in full disruption - she auditioned for school on cassette, recorded in school on mini-disc, and by the time she left everything was digital. The learning curve was steep, requiring Angie to be fast and flexible. While attending college, Angie toured the U.K. with a Brooklyn-based band, The Femme Nameless, opening for Femi Kuti at the Barbican Centre in London. After leaving Berklee, Angie fast-tracked it to Los Angeles, where she has played guitar for artists such as, Nicole Scherzinger, Boney James, Stevie Wonder, Alana Grace, and WAX.

Angie auditioned for and was invited to join the Cirque du Soleil production of Amaluna, touring throughout the United States and Canada for three years. In 2017, Angie toured Asia with pop sensation girl-group Fifth Harmony and Argentina/Brazil with five-time Grammy Award-winning CeeLo Green. Angie has held the position as lead guitarist for David Byrne's "American Utopia" She participated in the 2018 tour and 2019-current Broadway run. The show was also filmed by world-renowned director Spike Lee.