|Died 1953 (age 61–62)|
Parents Elisabeth Segal
Role Music Producer
|Name Misha Segal|
Genres Film score
|Albums Blue Lou and Misha Project – Highly Classified, Female|
Awards Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Music Composition In Children's Programming
Similar People Lou Marini, Harriet Schock, Randy Crawford, Arik Einstein, Uri Barbash
Misha Segal - Graveyard Violin
Misha Segal (born in 1943 in Haifa, Israel) is an Israeli music producer and film composer. He studied music, film, and philosophy at Tel Aviv University and apprenticed under Dieter Schöhnbach in Germany. Segal also studied composition and conducting at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, after which point he attended the Berklee College of Music in Boston. Segal has stated that he has been influenced by jazz, Elton John and The Beatles.
Segal has worked on several projects, including Blue Lou and Misha Project - Highly Classified, a Christmas CD with Diane Arkenstone, and a piano collection made to raise awareness for lung cancer awareness.