Everyone in music education knows it, and every few months another report confirms it – financial barriers are often the biggest barrier to young people’s progress in music.* Children from low-income families are also much less likely to engage in musical activities outside of school. As the report of theRead More →

Two Avon brothers who run a charity that donates refurbished musical instruments to children in Connecticut are stepping up the call for donations as school begins. Christian Boudreau, 20, founded the Christian music for minors charity in late 2017, and his 16-year-old brother Gavin Boudreau is heavily involved in runningRead 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 self-playing instruments, rise in popularity of live music concerts and performances, and increase in purchasing power act as theRead More →

Super creative songwriter/composer Sushi Soucy wrote more material before the age of twenty than most artists create in their lifetime. So far, the 19-year-old Savannah native has written 20 musicals, six comedy routines, three TV/Web series, two cartoons, eight shorts, over a hundred short stories, four albums, four singles andRead More →

The Fabulous Fox Theater has announced that tickets for electrifying new musical phenomenon SIX by Tony Award®, Tony Award® winners Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss will go on sale Monday, September 12 at 10:00 a.m. for 16 performances beginning on January 24. – February 5. The cast includes Gerianne PérezRead More →

Due to popular demand, tickets for additional performances of Dolly Parton’s hit West End musical 9 TO 5 THE MUSICAL at the Festival Theater in Adelaide will go on sale this week. Performances through November 5 are on presale from today and GP on sale from Friday September 2. InternationallyRead More →

Reports reaching GNN indicate that a Liberian gospel music star, Kanvee Adams, has prematurely terminated his “mega deal” with Nigerian music label DAAR Music Global Limited, while alleging multiple abuses, including sexual assaults and verbal abuse by its President Grand Chief Raymond Dokpesi, Sr. It may be recalled that theRead More →

Frozen the Musical Various weekly show times until October 30, at Crown Perth Enjoy the magic of Disney’s musical Frozen, now airing at Crown Perth, following successful seasons in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide. The incredible new Broadway production stars Jemma Rix as Elsa, Courtney Monsma as Anna, Matt LeeRead More →

For more than a decade, the Oak Harbor Music Festival has brought together talented musicians from across the Pacific Northwest. This Labor Day weekend, several longtime Whidbey Island musicians will also perform at the annual event. Nathaniel Talbot will perform with his new band, the Nathaniel Talbot Trio, at 3:30Read More →

Industry News Anna Deveare Smith is developing the musical Ella Fitzgerald, to Star Dee Dee Bridgewater and Charity Angél Dawson The new musical will give a private industry presentation next month. Anna Deavere Smith, Dee Dee Bridgewater and Charity Angel Dawson A new musical about jazz icon Ella Fitzgerald isRead More →

Nowadays, however, children’s entertainment is seen as an essential part of those high knees – and even the Supersonic Festival in Birmingham has a concert and activities for children every year. Camp Bestival is undoubtedly the pinnacle of family music festivals. This year, Rob Da Bank’s musical empire has expandedRead More →

Toby’s Dinner Theater is staging “Ghost: The Musical” from August 26 through November 6. OMCP’s Jason Fraley presents “Ghost” at Toby’s Dinner Theater (Part 1) The Oscar-winning 1990 film made powerful use of the Righteous Brothers’ “Unchained Melody” in a romantic wheel-sculpture before turning into a Broadway musical in 2012.Read More →

An unauthorized musical production inspired by Netflix’s hit TV show “Bridgerton” and a Texas church’s rendition of the award-winning Broadway show “Hamilton” push the boundaries of performing rights and defending the copyright “fair use”. While copyright law generally allows artists to put their own spin on elements of pop cultureRead More →

Hyderabad, August 20, 2022.…..: Hospice Sparsh Hospice is holding its annual fundraising night “Sparsh Nite” on August 26 at 7:30 p.m. in the town of Shilpakala Vediaka, Madhapur. Mr. KT Rama Rao, Minister unveiled the poster for the play today. The fundraising event will feature a play ‘Blame it onRead More →

The Stroud Arts Festival is delighted to announce the world premiere of Peter Pan – A New Musical, with book and lyrics by Pam Ayres, and music by award-winning composer Louis Mander. The the production will be narrated by Classic FM host and children’s author Zeb Soanes, and the choirRead More →

It’s been three years since I’ve seen I wish my life was like a musical, and as someone who barely remembers what he had lunch three weeks ago, it’s fair to say that seeing that production again, in a completely different venue, with a completely different cast, felt like anRead More →

Jazmine ‘Jazzy’ Peterson was on 25th Street in Ogden recently asking restaurant owners if it was okay to put up posters for the play she was in, a musical called ‘The Good Shepherds’. Created by producer/composer David Nolan, the musical examines the practice of tithing in The Church of JesusRead More →

Colourpop is releasing a High School Musical makeup collection. (Disney/Twitter/Colourpop) A musical high school-An inspired makeup collection is released by Colourpop and gives all the nostalgia. No, it’s not based on the recent TV reboot release starring Olivia Rodrigo and Joshua Bassett, but the record-breaking original trilogy. The collection, whichRead More →

IIn the musical “Hair”, a group of politically minded hippies seek to spread their message of acceptance and tolerance in a culture struggling with political and social unrest. This message is one that continues to resonate with audiences today. For its first production, the new company Altadena Music Theater willRead More →

Color television, drive-ins, poodle skirts, hoops, rock ‘n’ roll and doo-wop… If you missed the 1950s for a variety of reasons, doo-wop is a rhythm and blues style that grew in popularity, evolving from jazz and blues. The term “doo-wop” originated from the sounds made by musical groups that provideRead More →

Arnold Schoenberg by Egon Schiele During the years 1918-21, under the heading Verein für musikalische Privataufführungen, Arnold Schoenberg and his colleagues produced versions for chamber ensemble of well-known orchestral masterpieces. The 177 concerts in Vienna featured mostly new music from all over Europe for a private member audience. Although theseRead More →

July 15 – August 14, 2022 Based on the Oscar-winning DreamWorks Animation film and book by Guillaume SteigMusic by Jeanine TesoriBook & Lyrics by David Lindsay AbaireRealized by Angela TimbermanOriginal production directed by Jason Moore and Rob Ashford Shrek The Musical is great summer fun for the whole family! ArtistryRead More →