October 02, 2006

Performed

MARGIE ALFONSO performed "A Letter From Home" as an inspirational song encouraging any and all Americans to write letters to America's sons and daughters overseas letting them know you are thinking of them.

PAULETTE ATTIE recently sang Cole Porter songs at the Frairs Club in NYC. � She has also been listed as one of America's 100 Outstanding Women in the new book, "The United States and the World Face to Face."

ANAT DAMON performed at CMJ on Halloween. Her album Falling was also recently released.

NOEL GOEMANNE's works "The Walk," "Trisagion Hymn," "Laudate," and "Missa Millennium" were performed May 8, 2006 in St. Petersburg, Russia at the International Festival of Choral Art. Goemanne was also honored by Belgian Choirs on the occasion of his 80th birthday.� Goemanne, a native of Belgium, is well known for his arrangement for voices of Pachelbel "Canon in D," which was featured in the film Ordinary People.

LARRY HOFFMAN's "String Quartet #1: The Blues," at Chicago's Preston Bradley Hall on May 8, 2006 by the members of the New Millennium Orchestra and "eighth blackbird."

LALVIN DANIEL HOODS' "So Sacrifice," a praise dance instrumental, will be highlighted in the Los Angeles performance of the Gospel play, "Lord Help Me Decide."

TRUSTIN HOWARDperformed in his musical short "Stardust in Your Eyes," in Hollywood this past September.� It features his song "My Heart is Owned and Operated by You."

KEVIN KAUFMAN's The Little Witch of Wichita, a family musical, had its seventh production at the Geffen Playhouse in West Los Angeles in October of 2006.

BOB LEVY's recent title track "Out in the Cold" by Dane Vannatter at Danny's Skylight Room in New York City.

AMYBETH PARRAVANO debuting her song parody "Are You Hungry Tonight?" on November 15, 2006 in Lincoln Park Casino's comedy club Catch A Rising Star, in Rhode Island.

FRANK PROTO's Fiesta Bayou and Kismet with the Lousiana Philharmonic Orchestra.

LOUISE M SMITH's Night Song album in her hometown of Florence, South Carolina on Saturday, November 18, 2006.

JAMES GORDON WILLIAMS' compositions by The Charli Persip Trio in Harlem, New York City this past September.