Michele Brourman

Michele Brourman is an award-winning singer/songwriter whose songs have been recorded by Michael Feinstein, Margaret Whiting, Dame Cleo Laine, Olivia Newton-John, and more. She’s written and produced the songs for 18 animated features for Universal Studios, including the beloved “Land Before Time” series, writing for artists like Reba McIntyre, Michael York, Donny Osmond, Corbin Bleu and a host of others. Her work has been featured in television and film and performed by countless cabaret artists, garnering numerous awards and critical acclaim. Her work for the theater includes the dance and incidental music for the original Broadway production of “Working”, the score for the musical “Dangerous Beauty”, produced at the Pasadena Playhouse, and the score for the off-Broadway show “I Married Wyatt Earp”, produced by Prospect Theater Company and New York Theater Barn and directed by Cara Reichel. She has been called “a consummate artist/composer…. whose songs target the human condition with a simplicity, honesty and directness which make them into contemporary classics.”