Miriam Daly is a composer/music director/accompanist/arranger/teaching artist based in Brooklyn, NY.  She was a long time music director of the Off-Broadway smash, Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding (which she also toured with nationally and in Japan), and has also worked in many other NYC venues.  

Her music has often been described as quirky or eclectic, she likes to write songs NOT about love and heartbreak, but about ladders, or toilet paper or broken mirrors..  or cans of soup. These examples are found in her Project 365 where she took a photo every day for a year and wrote a song about it.

She also writes for theater, and some theater composition and arrangement credits include: 

Blindspot Collective (San Diego) Hall Pass: 2019 The List,

All-In NYC Teen Theater Ensemble: 2019 Next Stop,

The Catastrophic Theatre (Houston): 2019 Toast, 2018 Field Trip!, 2017 Tamarie’s Merry Evening of Mistakes and Regrets, 2016 Tamarie For President, 2015 The Danube & The University of Tamarie, 2014 A Very Tamarie Christmas, 2013 Tamarie Cooper’s Old As Hell!, 2012 Tamarie Cooper’s Doomsday Revue and 2011 The United States of Tamarie.  

NYU Steinhardt's 4@15: 2014 The Far-Out Way To Fly!

Houston Shakespeare Festival: 2013 As You Like It (dir. Marc Masterson)

University of Houston: 2013 Blood Wedding, Mother Courage and Her Children & The Snow Queen 

Stages: 2013 Panto Goldilocks

York Theatre 4@15: 2009 Electra X, 2008 Never Let It Go

College of The Mainland: 2009 Red Herring, 2008 The Kitchen Witches

Unity Theatre: 2009 It’s A Wonderful Life: A Radio Play

Mac-Haydn Theatre: 1997 Beauty And The Beast

As a composer she was a 2007 recipient of NYC’s The York Theatre’s “New Emerging Outstanding Artist” award for her work.

She has worked as a music director in many theaters around the country: Stages, Main Street Theater, Theater LaB Houston, Slightly Off-Center Players, HITS,  First Stage Milwaukee, Mac-Haydn Theatre, TADA!, the Virginia Avenue Project and Stagedoor Manor to name a few. 

Film scores: Strange Case Of My Sole, Dirty Twin and Un pote nain 

She is a graduate of Eastman School of Music (Dean’s List) and NYU’s Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program for which she received a full scholarship.