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Classical (24/03/2020)
Award-Winning Composer Lucas Vidal Releases New Single "Happiness"
The Emmy-winning composer, Lucas Vidal, debuted his latest single, "Happiness." Released via Paragon, a new imprint under Decca Records, US the track is a from his upcoming full-length album, Karma, set for release on June 12. Karma showcases the talented composer as he seamlessly fuses the genres ...

Classical (23/03/2020)
Japan Media Arts Distributed Museum Theme Song "Nihon No Sugata" By Sunahara Yoshinori Released On Official Website
Japan Media Arts Distributed Museum now has a theme song. Imbued with the spirit of Japan's people, abundant nature, and profound history as well as gratitude toward these things and hope for the future, it is meant to offer a fresh perspective on the new appeal of Japanese culture. This theme song ...

Classical (17/03/2020)
Grammy-Award Winning Nigerian Drummer Sikiru Adepoju Unveils New Project, The Riddim Doctors, With Debut Single "Ajaja"
Two-time GRAMMY-Award winner Sikiru Adepoju, a Nigerian talking drum and other traditional drums master, is unveiling his new collaborative project The Riddim Doctors' with the album's vibrant debut single "Ajaja." Released via MansMark Records and distributed by DashGo, the song is available across ...

Classical (16/03/2020)
Guitar Master And Composer Peppino D'Agostino To Release "Connexion", His First CD In Six Years
Beloved acoustic guitar master Peppino D'Agostino has had a busy six years since his critically-acclaimed release, Penumbra, touring internationally, scoring documentary soundtracks and video games, and performing with some of the world's best musicians. This all served as inspiration for his new, original ...

Classical (13/03/2020)
Composer, Mustafa Khetty, Dedicates Debut To Victims Of Hate Crime
"Thank you so much for your email. We appreciate your kind words and the composition you have made to commemorate the tragedy of March 15th 2019." - Office of the Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern NZ Mustafa Khetty is a composer and song writer with little formal musical training but remarkable talent. ...

Classical (11/03/2020)
Newport Music Festival Announces 2020 Season
The Newport Music Festival (NMF) will take place from July 4-26 and will present 27 concerts and events in the renowned Newport mansions, including The Breakers, The Elms, and the Chinese Tea House, as well as other impressive venues, such as Castle Hill Inn, The Casino Theatre, Newport Art Museum, ...

Classical (11/03/2020)
Princeton Festival Schedule Includes La Traviata, Latin Dance Band, Into The Woods And Baroque Concerts
The Princeton Festival today announced that tickets for all 22 performances of the nine shows and concerts in its 2020 season are now on sale through its website ( or by phone at 609-759-1979. The official performance season runs June 6-28. In addition, the Festival will ...

Classical (10/03/2020)
Santa Maria's Got Classical Talent
The Santa Maria Philharmonic's Youth Showcase last month was an exciting display of the talented young performers of classical music in the Santa Maria Valley. The Youth Showcase is a recital performance by audition for classical musicians ages 8 to 18, and is in its 8th year of production. The ...

Classical (09/03/2020)
Sony Masterworks Announces The Release Of "Going The Distance"
Jonathan Antoine, who first dazzled the world with his beautiful voice when he appeared on Britain's Got Talent in 2012, is set to release his fifth studio album, "Going the Distance," on SONY Masterworks on April 3. It is produced by Grammy Award-winner Gregg Field, who's worked with everyone from ...

Classical (06/03/2020)
Vijay Iyer Presents Two Concerts And Symposium At Harvard On April 3 + 4 That Shine Bright Light On Radical Sonic Imaginings Of African Diaspora: Black Speculative Musicalities - The Fromm Players Concerts
Featuring Meshell Ndegeocello, Roscoe Mitchell Quartet, Yvette Janine Jackson's Radio Opera Workshop, Val Jeanty's Nitebjuti, And Imani Uzuri's Conjure Woman Composer-Trumpet player Wadada Leo Smith begins the week with Harvard's Elson Lecture on March 31 On April 3 and 4 at Harvard University, ...

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