Healy Entertainment is a creative production and artist management company under the leadership of Elizabeth Healy. Working with multi award-winning artists, composers, conductors, arrangers, orchestrators, writers, choreographers and performing artists, Healy Entertainment creates high quality productions, concerts and artist opportunities for stage, recording, theater, publishing, film and television.
Current orchestral productions include, RYAN SHAW Masters of R&B, Amy Andersson’s WOMEN WARRIORS: The Voices of Change, N’KENGE Her Song, NAT KING COLE – A Celebration, Nat King Cole Christmas and Ray Angry’s symphonic work, BLACK ATHENA~Power.
Projects in development include new recording projects for represented multi award-winning artists; celebrations for Sammy Davis, Jr.’s 100th anniversary, a unique live concert of reimagined music arrangements celebrating Prince, and collaborating with award-winning creators and directors on several new productions.
Elizabeth Healy is a seasoned producer, director, creator, artist manager and executive whose career encompasses working with exceptional and iconic talent. With an in-depth working knowledge of creative development, production, performance, recording and the media, Healy’s collaborations include working with such stellar artists as Terri Lyne Carrington, Ryan Shaw, Ray Angry, Esperanza Spalding, Herbie Hancock, Niels Lan Doky, Desmond Richardson, Anne Sila, David Pack (Ambrosia), Larry Hoppen (Orleans), Gino Vannelli, and former New York City Ballet Principal Dancers Lourdes Lopez (current Artistic Director, Miami City Ballet) and Nikolaj Hübbe (current Artistic Director, Royal Danish Ballet); record labels–Sony Classical, Verve Label Group, Deutsche Grammophon, GRP and Buddha Records; performing arts organizations–Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, Cincinnati Ballet, Virsky Ukrainian National Dance Company, New Jersey Repertory Company and Complexions Contemporary Ballet; Boosey & Hawkes Music Publishing; audio book publishers– Penguin/Random House and Beacon Press; The George Balanchine Foundation, and the Estates of Charlie Parker and Sammy Davis, Jr. Healy’s experience includes senior executive posts at The Recording Academy (GRAMMYs®), New York City Ballet, PolyGram, Saratoga Performing Arts Center and the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra. She holds a Bachelor of Music from the Crane School of Music with a piano concentration; is a member of The Recording Academy and on the organization’s Musical Theater Task Force, and a member of the Association of Performing Arts Presenters (APAP).