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Billy Joel to Perform Record Breaking 43rd Show at Madison Square Garden
Feb 23, 2017
The Madison Square Garden Company announced today the unprecedented 43rd consecutive show by legendary musician and MSG franchise Billy Joel on July 5, 2017. The July show is part of his residency at The World's Most Famous Arena which began in January 2014 with Joel playing one show per month at The Garden as part of the Spectrum Concert Series. The July show will be Joel's 89th all-time performance at The Garden.
Hoff-Barthelson Music School HB Artist Series Presents Violinist Anca Nicolau
Feb 22, 2017
Violinist Anca Nicolau performs a program of Bach, Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven on Hoff-Barthelson Music School's HB Artist Recital Series on Sunday, March 26, 2017, at 7:30 pm at the Greenville Community Church, 270 Ardsley Road, Scarsdale. Joining Ms. Nicolau are fellow Hoff-Barthelson faculty member cellist Maxine Neuman and guest artist, pianist Steven Lubin. Program subject to change.
Michael Jackson's 'Thriller' is 1st Album Certified 33x Million; 'Bad' Certified 10 Million
Feb 16, 2017
Michael Jackson's Thriller has become the first album in RIAA Gold & Platinum Program history to be certified 33x Diamond for United States sales and streams
Music from Copland House Takes Flight Next Month
Feb 14, 2017
Taking flight on Sunday afternoon, March 19 at 3pm is The Life of Birds, a musical aviary exploring the journeys, habits, and 'personalities' of some astonishingly versatile flying, feathered singers.
Bicentennial Edition of the 'Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass' is Released
Feb 14, 2017
The Frederick Douglass family reports that their famous ancestor will lead a literacy and social action initiative, using the words from his most popular book. 'We're publishing the Bicentennial Edition of the classic, Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, An American Slave,' said Nettie Washington Douglass. 'Over the next year, we want to print and give away one million hardcover copies to young people across the country, leading up to the 2018 bicentennial.' Ms. Douglass is the chairwoman of the Atlanta-based public charity, Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives (FDFI). She is also the great-granddaughter of Booker T. Washington and the great-great-granddaughter of the nineteenth-century author, statesman, women's- and human-rights advocate, Frederick Douglass.
Milwaukee Repertory Theater Announces 2017/18 Season
Feb 14, 2017
Milwaukee Repertory Theater Artistic Director Mark Clements and Managing Director Chad Bauman are pleased to announce the 2017/18 Season with 13 productions in four venues spanning September 2017 - May 2018.  With the start of the 2017/18 Season both Artistic Director Mark Clements and Managing Director Chad Bauman will renew their contracts with Milwaukee Rep for an additional four and six years respectively.  Artistic Director Mark Clements began his tenure at Milwaukee Rep in 2010 by introducing a musical into the Quadracci Powerhouse season, creating the New Play Development program, and adapting and directing the world premiere production of A Christmas Carol this past December.   With this contract renewal through 2021 he will continue his commitment to presenting world class works on all three stages.    Managing Director Chad Bauman came to The Rep in 2013 and will continue through 2023 per his contract renewal.  In his time here he has implemented a fruitful strategic business model that supports the theater's artistic vision with a focus on quality, inclusion, citizenship, innovation, and stability.
Isn't It Romantic? Michael Feinstein to Return to The McCallum for Sold-Out Engagement
Feb 13, 2017
The McCallum Theatre presents Michael Feinstein and 'Isn't It Romantic' on Saturday, February 25, at 8:00pm. Michael returns with an evening of America's most romantic music from The Great American Songbook, reprised from his sold out Broadway run. Almost a million copies have been sold of his Isn't It Romantic album. Michael will be accompanied by a 17-piece band that will contrast with the beautiful piano solos for which he is known. Michael Feinstein has built a dazzling career over three decades bringing the Great American Songbook music to the world. From 5 Grammy nominated albums to Emmy nominated PBS specials, acclaimed NPR series, and concerts at The White House, Buckingham Palace, Hollywood Bowl, Carnegie Hall and Sydney Opera House, his work as an educator and archivist define Michael as a force in American music. 
Ken Bloom Wins Grammy Award for Best Album Notes for 'Shuffle Along' CD
Feb 13, 2017
Ken Bloom, author of the new book SHOW AND TELL: The New Book of Broadway Anecdotes has won a 2017 Grammy Award in the category Best Album Notes along with his collaborator Richard CarlinIt's for Harbinger's Sissle and Blake Sing HUFFLE ALONG CD. This was Bloom's second Grammy nomination. His recording of “Maxine Sullivan Sings Great Songs from the Cotton Club” was previously nominated as Best Jazz Vocal Album.
Adele, Beyonce Among Winners of 59th Annual GRAMMY AWARDS; Full List!
Feb 13, 2017
A diverse all-star lineup of GRAMMY Award nominees, GRAMMY winners, entertainers and film and TV stars took stage last ight for THE 59TH ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARDS
The North/South Chamber Orchestra presents Midwinter Fest
Feb 9, 2017
The North/South Chamber Orchestra celebrates winter on Sunday afternoon February 19 performing a free-admission concert featuring four listener-friendly works by American composers.
STAR WARS Film Concert Series to Feature Iconic Scores Performed Live To Film
Feb 8, 2017
The New York Philharmonic will present the World Premiere of the Star Wars Film Concert Series featuring screenings of the complete films A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi, and The Force Awakens with Oscar-winning composer John Williams' musical scores performed live to the films. The concerts will be led by acclaimed conductor David Newman.
Music Director Leonard Slatkin Conducts Orchestre National de Lyon First American Tour Since 2003
Feb 1, 2017
Beginning February 18, the Orchestre National de Lyon, “probably the most refined ensemble of the world” (The Guardian),  tours the United States for the first time since 2003, playing concerts with music director Leonard Slatkin on a six-city tour.  The Orchestra performs in renowned venues such as Carnegie Hall, New Jersey Performing Arts Center, and at the University of Georgia, Wake Forest University, and others. Special guest artists at Carnegie Hall include two of classical music's most treasured American voices, soprano Renée Fleming and baritone Thomas Hampson.  The New York program will feature debut performances of Guillaume Connesson's Celephaïs and a new Ravel arrangement of Rimsky-Korsakov's Antar with text by Amin Maalouf.
Quintet of the Americas to Present MUSIC AND MIMOSAS in the Bronx
Feb 1, 2017
Quintet of the Americas woodwind ensemble will present Music and Mimosas - A Concert Celebrating Nature on Saturday, February 11 @ 1:00 PM at Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum, 895 Shore Road in Pelham Bay Park, Bronx, NY.
Larry Marshall Performs A Lincoln Portrait with Downtown Music Productions 2/12
Jan 30, 2017
Downtown Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Mimi Stern-Wolfe, presents, on the birthday of Abraham Lincoln, a performance of Aaron Copland's A Lincoln Portrait, with Broadway's Larry Marshall as narrator; Creation du Monde by Darius Milhaud, and Flower of the Mountain by Pulitzer-prize winning composer Stephen Albert, inspired by the writings of James Joyce, with Alissa Grimaldi, soprano.    Sunday February 12, 3:30 PM at St. Mark's in the Bowery, 131 West 10th Street (Second Avenue).
SESAC Signs iconic Singer/Songwriter Rosanne Cash
Jan 30, 2017
Iconic singer/songwriter, multiple award winner and Nashville Songwriters' Hall of Famer Rosanne Cash, known for a string of No. 1 hits, including 'Seven Year Ache,' 'I Don't Know Why You Don't Want Me,' and 'Blue Moon With Heartache' has signed with SESAC, the nation's most progressive PRO and the only Music Rights Organization in the country, for representation.
Annapolis Symphony Orchestra Presents SYMPHONY STUDY SERIES, 2/14, 2/21, 4/18, 4/25
Jan 28, 2017
The Annapolis Symphony Orchestra's (ASO) popular Symphony Study series, led by Dr. Rachel Franklin, returns this winter on February 14 and 21 and spring on April 18 and 25.
American Contemporary Music Ensemble Performs at Roulette in NYC Concert Series Curated by Meredith Monk
Jan 26, 2017
ACME, American Contemporary Music Ensemble, will perform music from its new 'portrait' album Thrive on Routine on Monday, February 13, 2017 at 8pm at Roulette (509 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, NY), on a concert series curated by Meredith Monk. The concert will feature Monk's first string quartet, Stringsongs, from 2005, which ACME has performed frequently and recorded for Q2 Music's Meet the Composer podcast. In addition, ACME will perform Caroline Shaw's in manus tuas for solo cello, Caleb Burhans' Jahrzeit for string quartet, and Timo Andres' Thrive on Routine for string quartet, from the new album. ACME players for this concert are Ben Russell and Laura Lutzke, violins; Caleb Burhans, viola; and Clarice Jensen, cello and ACME artistic director.
Heroes in Recovery Releases 'Great Recovery Quotes' and 'Stories to Inspire Great Healers and Great Healing'
Jan 23, 2017
Great Recovery Quotes and Stories to Inspire Great Healing and Great Recovery Quotes and Stories to Inspire Great Healers are the two latest releases in the Heroes in Recovery book series. The books include inspiring quotes intertwined with stories of wisdom, compassion and strength. The personal stories included originate from individuals impacted by and/or currently working in the field of addiction and recovery.
CHAMELEONS is Now Available on, Kindle and in Stores
Jan 23, 2017
Chameleons, a newly released novel by Marcus A. Nannini. Box 2800, Carefree, AZ 85377. Available at, including Kindle, and elsewhere now. Chameleons' approach to the 'date which will live in infamy' is from the seldom-seen perspective of an Imperial Japanese Navy midget submariner. The author sets forth a strong argument that members of the Imperial Japanese Navy succeeded in melding into the local Japanese population, never to be discovered. In focusing on who, perhaps, is the ultimate 'illegal alien' Marcus Nannini turns our attention to Lieutenant (junior grade) Masaharu Yokoyama. Yokoyama was the most qualified of the five midget submarine commanders who were sent to attack Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. He was charismatic, courageous, focused and lived by the words: 'Vision, Spirit, Patience and Honesty.' Nannini transports the reader from the image of sailors crawling for their lives over the hull of the capsizing U.S.S. Oklahoma, into modern day Oahu, and points in between with seamless transitions as the life of Yokoyama is peeled open for inspection. Nannini uses no fewer than 16 images to bring to life the people and events depicted in this harrowing tale of courage in the face of nearly overwhelming odds. It is a story of courage, questioning moral certainty, duty, honor, and, above all, doing the right thing without regard to potential negative consequences. What they are saying: 'A well-written novel requires an author to master many skills. For me, the most important is to keep the reader so engrossed that he or she finds it hard to take a break. Based on this... Chameleons is such a story.' -Don Westenhaver, Southern California Writers Association. 'Overall, I thought it was a great story. I liked your transitions and use of flashbacks, as well as your approach for the presentation of Chameleons.' -John Bean, EBooks2Go. 'Chapter Fourteen (the Plank Bar) is the best chapter of any book I've ever read.' -David S. Mathias, Rebel Woodworking. Link to Amazon page: ISBN: 0692814353 ISBN 13: 9780692814352 Library of Congress Control Number: 2016920544

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