A ll of the producers and arrangers I admire, (such as Quincy Jones, Jeremy Lubbock, Alan Broadbent and Dave Grusin), are really musicians first. Their example has taught me to first and foremost reveal the dimension and truth of the song…

“LAND BEFORE TIME 14″

Co-producing with his partner of almost 2 decades, the brilliant producer, songwriter and artist Michele Brourman, Stephan was right at home providing his musical expertise for the featured songs of the beloved animated series which is revered all around the globe.

HEALING SOCIAL MESSAGES FOR KIDS AND ADULTS INSIDE AN AMAZING ENTERTAINMENT EXPERIENCE – NO WONDER THIS SERIES IS A HOUSEHOLD NAME.
STEPHAN OBERHOFF

Please play the fantastic trailer with scoring by Mike Tavera below on the right

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“OFFICER AND GENTLEMAN” (THE MUSICAL)

Stephan was asked by his longtime partners Kenny Hirsch and Robin Lerner to arrange and produce a wealth of songs for the sensational international musical, “Officer And Gentleman” — which debuted in Sydney, Australia.

The team that had known each other for nearly two decades quickly went to work and produced an outstanding score for the stage appearance of one of America’s most treasured movies.

COLLABORATION LIES IN MASTERING THE ART OF HUMILITY AND RESPECT
STEPHAN OBERHOFF

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JASON GOULD  –  “MISTY”

Stephan created this moving and sensitive treatment with his studio and stage partner of nearly 2 decades, Michele Brourman. Michele played the vulnerable and delicate piano track, and later arranged the orchestration with Stephan.

The lovely bitter-sweetness of the soundscape – and the special care the two arrangers took to reveal the inner meaning (the character development) of this global classic are hallmarks of Stephan and Michele’s collaboration.

MELISSA MANCHESTER – “BE MY BABY”

Since songwriting and arranging are inseparable by nature for Stephan, here is an example of his arranging of a very well-known international standard.

It was Stephan’s arrangement that brought new life to the unforgettable classic hit, “Be My Baby,” that was ultimately on Melissa Manchester’s 2015 studio album. “You Gotta Love The Life” (that she co-produced with the excellent producer and musician, Terry Wollman).