When it comes to producing live and virtual presentations, creating unique custom events, preparing singers and ensembles for special performances, and developing new musicals, Caryl and Roy Fantel are in their element.
Fantel Music conceived and produced the virtual 44th Annual Carbonell Awards Ceremony in August, 2020, to celebrate the 2019 South Florida professional theatre season. Our team worked with an equity & inclusion consultant to create a diverse, inclusive, inspiring and entertaining virtual production to celebrate the artists and audiences of the region's theatre community.
Caryl served as Music Director for the students of Parkland’s Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School for their performance at the 2018 Tony Awards at Radio City Music Hall.
Caryl brought together the top young singers in South Florida to form Fantel Music Futuro Voices. This elite vocal ensemble has performed at special events, including with Hugh Jackman as part of his "The Man, The Music, The Show" 2019 world tour concert at the BB&T Center in Sunrise, Florida, and accompanying Maks & Peta (of "Dancing with the Stars") as an opening act for international singing sensation Susan Boyle at Miami's historic Fontainebleau Hotel.
Over the past few decades, Caryl has worked on dozens of new musicals and plays with music, including developing La Dottoressa: The Musical, the story of Maria Montessori, written by Emmy-winner Matty Selman, and Tightrope: A Musical Memoir, co-written with and starring award-winning actress Angie Radosh.
Now the Fantel Music team is producing the music and video for virtual musicals for everything from the star-studded "Stars of David" for the international Yiddish Fest to readings of new musicals for educational institutions and other organizations.
Caryl conceived, co-wrote and directed a custom show featuring hundreds of community members, leaders and students telling the history of the City of Coral Springs, Florida, through song and dance to celebrate the city's 50th birthday.