• Celebration of a Century project image

    Arrangements and original music by Michael Shaieb for the 100th birthday celebration of Canadian Tire at the Coca-Cola Coliseum in Toronto on October 3, 2022. This live event was the culmination of the year-long “Canadian Tire Celebration of a Century” campaign, nominated for a 2023 North American SABRE Award.

    The star-studded lineup included host Jann Arden and performances by Michael Bublé, Deborah Cox, Blue Rodeo, and astronaut Col. Chris Hadfield. Co-produced by John Wimbs and David Kitching for Birch River Productions.

  • First Try project image

    Original short film score written by Michael Shaieb and produced by Brent Lord for a documentary written and directed by Broadway choreographer Josh Prince.

    Featuring choreographers Tilly Evans-Krueger, Ja’ Malik, and Ariel Rivka Grossman as they confront the challenges of choreographing while in quarantine.

  • Come Back Anytime project image

    Original feature film score written by Michael Shaieb and produced by Brent Lord for a documentary by John Daschbach about a year in the life of self-taught Japanese ramen master Masamoto Ueda.

    Official Selection - DOC NYC 2021. Official Selection - Melbourne International Film Festival 69.
    Special Presentation - Hot Docs 2021 Canadian Documentary Festival.\

  • Quiet No More project image

    Original music and lyrics by Michael Shaieb for 3 movements of the multi-movement choral piece commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising. Written with librettist Jason Cannon and composers ​Ann Hampton Callaway​, ​Julian Hornik, Our Lady J​, ​Michael McElroy​, and ​Jane Ramseyer Miller​. Performances took place throughout the United States in 2019, marking the largest collaboration in the history of LGBTQ choruses.

  • Out Of My Range project image

    Original music and lyrics by Michael Shaieb, book by Michael Shaieb and Brent Lord for a 10-song “backstage” song cycle that pulls back the curtain on generational differences within a Chorus.

    Rehearsals & social events lead up to the opening number of their next concert and serve as the backdrop for a whimsical, fun, & revealing look at the age dynamics at play inside a gay men’s chorus. Commissioned by Dr. Stan Hill and the Twin Cities Gay Men’s Chorus for their 2012 season and their performance at the GALA Choruses Festival 2012 in Denver.