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In October of 1980, Nick Munns sent an unsolicited tape of five songs to legendary London theatre agent David Land, who had managed the early careers of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice .
4 hrs ago | New York Post
Two elephants began dancing when a Wisconsin violinist serenaded them with classical Bach, in an adorable moment that has gone viral on YouTube.
8 hrs ago | Denver Westword
The word "festival" carries some tricky connotations for the organizers of Jazz Aspen Snowmass, or JAS.
"I am honoured and delighted that Sami is adding his powerful voice to the push for zero hunger," said WFP Executive Director Ertharin Cousin in a statement to the press.
Award-winning cellist Rachael Lander's career was almost destroyed by the alcohol she drank to fight stage fright.
Fans have been eagerly awaiting the release of Disney's upcoming Into the Woods movie ever since news of the stage-to-screen adaptation first broke.
Howard Shore's 'Lord of the Rings' soundtrack has topped a Classic FM poll of the nation's favourite score.
It is difficult to be too disdainful of the earlier work, a real glitterfest that does not allow a slow movement to dampen its merry fun.
About a year ago, "Machete Kills" was about to open in theaters and I had the privilege to interview composer Carl Thiel, who took on the scoring duties to that film and wrote a fun and exciting work working with Writer, Director and Producer Robert Rodriguez.
Kantabai Gunvant Thakre is a 60-year-old woman who was experiencing terrible stomachache two months ago.
By the 1960s, Johnson was playing keyboards in rock 'n' roll bands, by 1980 he was in Loverboy and about to become part of a long-term success story.
Like Led Zeppelin? Enjoy the symphony? Then you might want to nab tickets for "The Music of Led Zeppelin" on Sept.
The Divertimento Oboe Quartet, comprising Lynn Carter on the oboe, violinist Mary Eade, viola player Andrew Gillett and Vicky Evans on cello, will play a full musical mix in concert on Thursday September 18 at 7.30pm.
Every Monday morning, I join John Birge on Classical MPR to talk about a few of the stories we're featuring on our website.
THE Black Country's appearance is changing, almost on a daily basis, and to recall the way things were we have to rely more and more on the postcards of yesteryear, a treasure trove of historical information stored in archives' departments, and sketches and portraits completed in years gone by.
UP EFFORT. KCRA 3'S DAVID BIGGAR LIVES IN NAPA, AND HE JOINS US NOW WITH THE MESS THIS QUAKE LEFT BEHIND.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 10:11 am
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