The Fox Cities Performing Arts Center announced that the tradition of celebrating high school musical theater achievements will continue into its seventh year with a record 31 high schools participating. The Center Stage High School Musical Theater Program was launched in 2016 as an educational initiative that celebrates and supportsRead More →

NEW YORK – Music artist Nolan and all-female reggae band International Women In Reggae have joined forces on new reggae single The truth has been told in time for the 2022 midterm elections on November 8. The single was officially released on National Voter Registration Day, Tuesday September 20, withRead More →

Maestro Piotr Gajewski, conductor and musical director of the National Philharmonic Orchestra. Photo by Elman Studio. The National Philharmonic has begun its new season which will include great orchestral works from Beethoven to Rachmaninoff, as well as Berlioz’s ‘Requiem’ and Orff’s ‘Camina Burano’. In addition, there will be two worldRead More →

Industry News Netflix settles lawsuit involving Abigail Barlow and Emily Bear Unofficial Bridgerton Musical The initial deposit followed an all-star concert of the project at the Kennedy Center. Barlow and Bear The Unofficial Bridgerton Musical Barlow and Bear Netflix has settled its copyright lawsuit filed against Unofficial Bridgerton Musical writersRead More →

The final night of the British Musical Fireworks Championship has been canceled amid fears of high winds. Thousands of people had dropped off in Southport’s Victoria Park on Friday and Saturday, the latter having sold out. But the third night has now been deemed unsafe to move forward. The decisionRead More →

OWhen Liesel Meminger walks into her neighbor’s library, the books flutter above her like doves. As the crisp white pages shimmer on the shelves, the girl breaks into song – a number called In This Book. It’s an example of how seriously this adaptation of Markus Zusak’s magnificent bestseller takesRead More →

Do you hear people sing? You will, if you are anywhere near the Marlowe Theater in Canterbury over the next month. Les Miserables, one of the world’s best-known musicals, brings its jaw-dropping production to Kent for a month-long run from Thursday 29th September. The acclaimed musical Les Miserables arrives atRead More →

LONG BEACH (September 24, 2022) – The Musical Theater West (MTW) ​​in Long Beach has announced its lineup for the upcoming 2023 season. MTW’s 2023 season features a collection of beloved screen classics, which take stage life. Subscriptions are now available via the ticket office. Dial 562-856-1999 to reserve yourRead More →

Jajpur: Jajpur district administration today provided land to a visually impaired person from Kacharasahi panchayat under Korei block days after a video of him making the request through self-composed songs emerged viral on social media. The district administration provided a farm plot measuring four decimal places to Prafulla Kumar DasRead More →

Video Watch the best moments from the world premiere of The Notebook Musical Michael Greif and Schele Williams direct the Ingrid Michaelson-Bekah Brunstetter Musical at the Chicago Shakespeare Theater. Chicago Shakespeare Theater World Premiere of Notebookthe new musical based on Nicholas Sparks’ bestselling novel that inspired the film of theRead More →

When it comes to understanding Makaya McCraven’s musical output over the past decade, the proof is in. As a drummer, producer, bandleader and composer — “beat scientist” is the groove name – McCraven forged his style from whirring parts and deft designs. Working with unstructured group improvisation and looping digitalRead More →

Anhedonia is a condition that renders the sufferer unable to experience pleasure. In the rock musical Cages, which mixes live performance and holograms, film and animation, it’s also the name of a gray dystopian city where the aesthetic is very Tim-Burton-meets-German-Expressionism and any display of emotion is prohibited. Hidden inRead More →

Habib Wahid’s emergence as a producer and solo artist in the 2000s defined an era in Bangla music. With releases like “Din gelo” and “Raat Nirghum”, Habib became a top producer and artist, dominating it all. Perhaps not as ubiquitous today as they once were, the singer-songwriter’s more recent projectsRead More →

Available: Spanish Franklin Roosevelt’s campaign song for his first presidential election in 1932 was the catchy number titled Happy days are back!. With America in the depths of the Great Depression, the uplifting and popular tune helped it win in a landslide. Unfortunately, his “New Deal” extended the Depression byRead More →

Todd Phillips and Joaquin Phoenix started working on Joker: Madness for two, the highly anticipated sequel to their billion-dollar-grossing original Clown Prince of Crime. The sequel would be a musical set at Arkham Asylum, with the great Lady Gaga as Harley Quinn. This musical will be decidedly darker than Oklahoma!Read More →

LOS ANGELES, September 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Iconic singer, songwriter and producer winner of four GRAMMYs and five Latin GRAMMYs Pepe Aguilaralong with her children, GRAMMY revered and two-time Latin GRAMMY nominee Angela Aguilar and two-time Latin GRAMMY nominee Leonardo Aguilar, have reached a deal through Vistura Entertainment to beRead More →

The company’s keynote featuring an autistic and blind artist, Derek Paravicini, one of the world’s most incredible pianists, will explore the powerful effect of music on neurodiverse individuals; Musical duo Palm Reading will unveil a first-ever musical experience: capturing biodata from plants in Israeli and Palestinian territories to create aRead More →

musical instruments market The analysis of the global musical instruments market is done according to the segmentation on the basis of type, distribution channel and region. Rising demand for electronic or stand-alone musical instruments, rise in popularity of music concerts and live performances, and rise in people’s purchasing power areRead More →

Heavy metal icon Sabaton is no stranger to fun projects, and today they’re announcing yet another one in the form of a musical feature featuring songs from the band’s 10th studio album. The feature film War To End All Wars will be released in 2023 and is a film thatRead More →

A Friday, September 16 concert at Joe’s Pub in Manhattan centered on Beat Generation writer/poet Jack Kerouac’s 100th birthday, but the most jaw-dropping number at hand that night was 65; it had been many years since one of the evening’s performers, David Amram, had pioneered improvised jazz poetry in anRead More →

Elsewhere in entertainment, events and the arts: THEATER: ‘Pretty Woman’ sings “Pretty Woman: The Musical” (score by Bryan Adams and Jim Vallance, book by Garry Marshall, director of the 1990 film, based on the screenplay by JF Lawton) is on stage for eight performances — 7 p.m. Tuesday through Wednesday,Read More →

Tina Turner’s Musical “Tina—The Tina Turner Musical” stops in Boston Updated: 1:31 PM EDT September 16, 2022 Hide transcript View Transcript ♪ KAREN: THE TONY AWARD-WINNING TINA NORTH AMERICAN TOUR: THE MUSIC TINA TURNER MAKES A STOP IN BOSTON. IS THE INSPIRING JOURNEY OF A WOMAN WHO BROKEN DOWN BARRIERSRead More →

Gata Rahe Mera Dil organized by PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry has become a popular annual cultural event. Many selected Bollywood artists and journalists were praised with PHD Utkrishtata Samman by former Union ministers Prakash Javadekar and Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi during the “Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav” program. The programRead More →

The Wildcats conclude their musical summer camp “Frozen”. She-Hulk responds to the papers she received from Titania. And Miguel does not forget to “Remember Me” in a single “Coco”. Let’s take a look at what to watch this weekend on Disney+. HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL: THE MUSIC: THE SERIES The WildcatsRead More →

The award-winning Broadway musical The Color Purple comes to Birmingham in an exciting new production. The highly anticipated show, based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Alice Walker, is currently on view at Birmingham Hippodrome until Saturday 17 September. Alice Walker’s remarkable coming-of-age book about female empowerment and love overcomingRead More →

Musical Theater of Anthem presents Little Women September 22-25, 2022 in Anthem, AZ.Produced nationally and internationally, Little Women has received critical acclaim for its ambition to adapt such a well-known story for the stage. This timeless and gripping story comes to life in this glorious musical filled with personal discovery,Read More →

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia uses Blood Cancer Awareness Month in September to raise awareness about leukemia, lymphoma, myeloma and Hodgkin’s disease, support patients affected by blood cancer and collect donations funds for research, said a Saudi oncologist. According to a 2020 GLOBOCAN report published by the World Health Organization, Saudi ArabiaRead More →

Adam Thompson: lead singer of Chocolate Starfish. Welcome to this week’s edition of Musical Musings. Over the years, Shepparton has been a hotbed of local musical talent, with many artists achieving national and international fame. One of the area’s most famous sons is Adam Thompson, the lead singer of theRead More →

Seven years ago, a Brevard High student’s violin was destroyed by the weather while she and her family were living in a tent. The story of this homeless young girl, who regularly volunteers to organize Brevard Philharmonic concerts, inspired one of the orchestra’s violinists, Aleta Tisdale, to launch a programRead More →

Click to enlarge T. Charles Erickson Kimberly Marable and company in the Hadesville touring production. A refreshing post-apocalyptic retelling of a classic Greek myth, a Tony and Grammy-winning musical Hadesville promises to rain a harmonious and hopeful version of Hell on the public of San Antonio. PraisedRead More →

HUDSON – Upstage Productions has wrapped up its second annual summer workshop in preparation for a full-scale production of Matilda, The Musical this fall. Made possible through the generous support of the Hudson River Bank and Trust Foundation, cast members participated in 8 weekly sessions designed to teach general performanceRead More →

Representatives of 21 day care centers for the elderly today received a set of ten musical instruments including the flute, triangle, drum, jambe, chimta and dholak in a ceremony ceremony held in Port Louis. The Minister of Social Integration, Social Security and National Solidarity, Ms. Fazila Jeewa-Daureeawoo, was present onRead More →

Besties, the first thing you should do this Tony Tuesday is stumble into the kitchen and pour yourself a cup of ambition – and once you’ve yawned, stretched and come to life, you’ll be ready to read our article on 9 to 5! 9 to 5 is adapted from theRead More →

Country the United States of AmericaUS Virgin IslandsU.S. Minor Outlying IslandsCanadaMexico, United Mexican StatesBahamas, Commonwealth ofCuba, Republic ofDominican RepublicHaiti, Republic ofJamaicaAfghanistanAlbania, People’s Socialist Republic ofAlgeria, People’s Democratic Republic ofAmerican SamoaAndorra, Principality ofAngola, Republic ofAnguillaAntarctica (the territory south of 60 degrees S)Antigua and BarbudaArgentina, Argentine RepublicArmeniaArubaAustralia, Commonwealth ofAustria, Republic ofAzerbaijan, RepublicRead More →

New Artistic Director of FolkWorld Inc, Jon Cope The growing comeback of the live music industry in Australia is driving changes in direction in all aspects including festivals, agencies, associations and venues. TMN has the latest set of moves from inside the live music industry. Folkworld/Fairbridge Festival Jon Cope, aRead More →

Marvel Panel guests at D23 on September 10, 2022 were treated to a surprise opening number from Rogers: The Musical. This fictional musical first appeared in Hawk Eye series on Disney+. The premise of this musical is the chronicle of the life and times of the original Captain America, SteveRead More →

It-Teatru tal-Miskinan original musical written and created by Luke Saydon, is a queer coming-of-age story about intolerance and people’s innate fear of ‘the other’. Produced by Saydon Studio, It-Teatru tal-Miskin is directed by Denise Mulholland with movements by Ruth Borg, with Thomas Camilleri, Chiara Hyzler and Sean Borg as theRead More →

Anthony Norman (Evan Hansen), Alaina Anderson (Zoe Murphy) (Photo by Evan Zimmerman for MurphyMade) WASHINGTON, DC – In “Dear Evan Hansen,” a Tony Award-winning musical written by Steven Levenson and led by Michael Greif with music and lyrics by Benj Pasek and JustinPaul, we meet high school student Evan HansenRead More →

Based on Baz Luhrmann’s hit 2001 film, Red Mill! Musical comedy, winner of 10 Tony Awards, including Best Musical, brings his nationwide touring company to SF and it’s a jaw-dropping rock show experience that has Gen X opening night audiences giddy with delight and of Generation Y. Featuring some ofRead More →