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ASCAP sponsored a reception hosted by ASCAP Board member and composer Stephen Paulus and ASCAP's Frances Richard after the Minnesota Orchestra Composer Institute concert conducted by Osmo Vanska (TEOSTO), on December 1, 2006 in Minneapolis, MN.
Topping the ASCAP Grammy winners were Beyoncé with three awards while Beck, Tom Elmhirst (PRS), David Greenbaum, Jay Z and Kendrick Lamar took home two each. Beck received the prestigious Album of Year honor and Max Martin won Producer of the Year.
The New York Youth Symphony awarded ASCAP's President and Chairman Marilyn Bergman with the Theodore L. Kesselman Award for Arts Education. The presentation occurred on December 3, 2006 prior to the night's evening concert.
THE ASCAP Composer CareerWorkshop, presented on the eve of the ASCAP EXPO in Los Angeles on April 21st, featured composers Stephen Paulus, Alex Shapiro, Mark Watters and attorney and publisher Jim Kendrick.
AYALA ASHEROV's new chamber piece, "Porcupine Saves the Dance," at the Adventure Children's Museum on September 16, 2006., BAZIALINI's new music video, "I'm So Tired," this fall., THE COPPERTONES' new single, "Real Man," on October 21,2006 at two record showcases, The Sunny Beach Show and The G...
DEREK BERMEL, BRIAN CURRENT, STEPHEN PAULUS' works at the American Composers Orchestra's concert at Carnegie Hall, ROBERT E. CUCINOTTA'S "Nethermead Arches" for clarinet and piano, JEREMY DEPRISCO'S new original music in Stephen Schrum's monologue "Immaculate Misconceptions.", PATRICK FRANCIS' "M...
The 12th annual ASCAP Concert Music Awards took place on May 24th at Merkin Concert Hall at the Kaufman Center in New York City.
The National Endowment of the Arts has announced its "American Masterpieces: Three Centuries of Artistic Genius" project. "American Masterpieces" supports tours of performances and exhibitions that reach a wide range of communities in all 50 states.
ASCAP produced a musical tribute to Stephen Schwartz at the Dramatists Guild Conference in LaJolla on July 18.
Joan Baez, Garth Brooks, Billy Joel, Stephen Sondheim and Stevie Wonder Receive ASCAP Centennial Awards
ASCAP presented its once-in-a-lifetime Centennial Awards to five music greats at a star-studded gala party at the Waldorf-Astoria in Manhattan on Monday, November 17th. The event, a celebration of ASCAP’s 100th birthday, benefited The ASCAP Foundation.
He helped launch Madonna’s career in the '80s and earned a Tony nomination for his work on the Broadway adaptation to The Color Purple, but Stephen Bray’s latest project has him working on the comedy Peeples, now out on DVD and Blu Ray Disc. Check out our latest Radar Report on the songwriter-pro...
The ASCAP member and famed composer and lyricist was honored with the 54th Edward MacDowell Medal on Sunday, August 11th. The MacDowell Colony has awarded the medal annually since 1960 to an individual artist who has made an outstanding contribution to his or her field.
For his score to Admission, the new comedy starring Tina Fey and Paul Rudd, ASCAP composer Stephen Trask wrote and recorded largely at his home studio. The result was a score that sounds polished but still feels like an expression of Trask's personality. Trask told us what it's like composing wit...
ASCAP's Board of Directors has elected composer and lyricist Stephen Schwartz (Godspell, Pippin, Wicked) as a director, it was announced by ASCAP President and Chairman Paul Williams. Schwartz was elected to fill the seat left vacant by the recent death of lyricist Hal David.
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts is now accepting applications for the third annual Kennedy Center/Stephen Sondheim Inspirational Teacher Awards. The $10,000 awards (no strings attached) honor ASCAP member and musical theatre legend Stephen Sondheim and were created to celebrate...
Stephen Schwartz to be Honored with Prestigious ASCAP Founders Award at 2017 ASCAP Screen Music Awards
ASCAP will present legendary composer Stephen Schwartz with its prestigious Founders Award at its 32nd annual ASCAP Screen Music Awards on Tuesday, May 16. The exclusive, invitation-only gala celebrates ASCAP’s top film, television and videogame composers of 2016 at The Wiltern in Los Angeles, CA.
As part of Symphony Space’s "The Music of Now Series," pianist Anthony de Mare returns to the Peter Jay Sharp Theatre for the second installment of Liaisons: Reimagining Sondheim from the Piano.
The ASCAP Foundation Musical Theatre Workshop Led by Composer Stephen Schwartz Now Accepting Applications Through March 2 for Los Angeles and New York Programs
The 2020 ASCAP Foundation Musical Theatre Workshop is now accepting applications through March 2, 2020 for its Los Angeles and New York programs.
One of Broadway’s most decorated composers is giving an accolade of his own: The Stephen Schwartz Musical Theatre Teacher of the Year Award will represent the highest level of achievement for a middle or high school theatre teacher, with the winner receiving $5,000 and travel to the International...
Sundance ASCAP Music Café Presents 21st Anniversary Lineup with Performances by Grammy Winners and Rising Stars including Patty Griffin, Everlast, Neff-U & Priscilla Renea, Claudia Brant, Leland, Stephen Bishop, iDKHOW, Flor De Toloache and More
21st Annual Sundance ASCAP Music Café, during the renowned Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah will feature a mix of rising and Grammy winning songwriter-artists.
The Wallis, ASCAP and Universal Theatrical Group (UTG) Present The 2018 ASCAP Foundation Musical Theatre Workshop Directed by Stephen Schwartz on February 7 – 9
(Beverly Hills, CA January 11) The 2018 ASCAP Foundation Musical Theatre Workshop, in partnership with The Wallis and Universal Theatrical Group (UTG), returns to Beverly Hills on February 7 – 9, 2018. The three-day annual workshop gives select composers and lyricists the opportunity to present n...
COMPOSER STEPHEN SCHWARTZ CELEBRATED WITH ASCAP FOUNDERS AWARD AT 2017 ASCAP SCREEN MUSIC AWARDS
Joan Baez, Garth Brooks, Billy Joel, Stephen Sondheim and Stevie Wonder to Receive ASCAP Centennial Awards
ASCAP will confer its singular, once-in-a-century ASCAP Centennial Awards, to a select group of American music icons - Joan Baez, Billy Joel, Garth Brooks, Stephen Sondehim and Stevie Wonder - in recognition of their incomparable accomplishments in their respective music genres and beyond. The un...
Stephen Culbertson has been an advocate of American music as both a publisher and a conductor for more than 25 years. In 1993, he co-founded Subito Music Publishing and became its President in 1997. During that time, Subito has become one of the most active concert music publishers in terms of id...
ASCAP/PRS members won big as the UK music industry gathered to honour the songs and their writers that made 2010 an amazing musical year.
Stephen Sondheim's Finishing the Hat: Collected Lyrics (1954–1981) With Attendant Comments, Principles, Heresies, Grudges, Whines and Anecdotes was released today in the United States on Knopf.
ASCAP affiliate Stephen Warbeck to Present Seminar at 37th Ghent Film Festival
Equally adept as a lyricist and composer, Stephen Schwartz has enjoyed one of the most prolific and honored careers in history of modern musical theater.
Pittsburgh CLO and the Carnegie Mellon School of Drama Partner with The ASCAP Foundation and Stephen Schwartz to Develop New Musicals
Pittsburgh CLO and Carnegie Mellon School of Drama have partnered with The ASCAP Foundation and composer/lyricist and Carnegie Mellon alumnus Stephen Schwartz to develop new musicals as part of the Pittsburgh CLO/Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama New Works Program.
On Friday July 8, ASCAP will present a special concert at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles in celebration of Stephen Sondheim's 75th birthday featuring performances and participation by some of the top names from the Broadway stage and the Hollywood screen.
evening_schwartzAn interview with Oscar and Grammy winning composer/lyricist Stephen Schwartz (Wicked, Godspell, Pippin, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, The Prince of Egypt), is scheduled to take place in the Atrium at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. on May 1, ...
Congratulations to the seven ASCAP family members who brought home trophies at the 2018 Creative Arts Emmys celebration the weekend of September 8-9!
ASCAP composers and songwriters cleaned up at the 44th Daytime Emmy Awards on Friday, April 28th, clinching three of the four music composition categories. Six of our members took home trophies for their excellence in composing, songwriting and music direction for daytime TV programming.
The Wallis, ASCAP and DreamWorks Animation Announce Original Musical Selections for The 2017 ASCAP Foundation Musical Theatre Workshop, in Partnership with DreamWorks Animation and The Wallis
The two-day annual workshop gives select composers and lyricists the opportunity to present songs and excerpts of new original musical works in progress for professional critique.
The Wallis Forms New Partnership with ASCAP and DreamWorks Studios to Present 2016 ASCAP Foundation Musical Theatre Workshop
The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts announces a new partnership with ASCAP and DreamWorks Studios to present the highly successful annual program, The ASCAP Foundation Musical Theatre Workshop.
ASCAP Members Triumph at the Tonys: Fun Home Wins Best Musical and Original Score; The King and I Named Best Revival of a Musical
ASCAP members took home some of the top trophies last night at the 69th Annual Tony Awards in New York City. Fun Home won Best Musical and Best Original Score; The King and I was named Best Revival of a Musical.
Led by Academy and Grammy Award-winning composer-lyricist Stephen Schwartz, the workshop will take place February 17-19, 2014 at the DreamWorks Animation Studios. Submissions must be received in the ASCAP office by Friday, March 6, 2015.
ASCAP is now seeking new musicals for the annual ASCAP/DreamWorks Musical Theatre Workshop in Los Angeles. Led by Academy and Grammy Award-winning composer-lyricist Stephen Schwartz, the workshop will take place February 11th-13th, 2014 at the DreamWorks Animation Studios. Submissions must be rec...
The Library of Congress annually selects 25 sound recordings to the registry to preserve them as cultural, artistic and/or historical treasures, representing the richness and diversity of the American soundscape. Among the 25 recordings this year were eight recordings belonging to the ASCAP reper...
ASCAP Board member and composer Stephen Schwartz scored the Broadway favorite
Hosted by Jermaine Dupri and Devyne Stephens, the event honors music legends that have given back to the Atlanta community. Honorees include T.I., Michael Mauldin, Kendall Minter, Noontime Music and Pebbles. The night will also feature performances by Demetria McKinney, The Teddy White Band and D...
The event honored music legends and industry members who have given back to the Atlanta community including Johntá Austin, Kandi Burruss, Jermaine Dupri, Ludacris and Ne-Yo, Shanti Das, Jason Geter, Kawan Prather and Devyne Stephens.
ASCAP'S Symphonic & Concert Department presented a panel at the "I Create Music" EXPO in Los Angeles on April 24 titled "Using Global Networks to Compose, Perform and Record Your Music.
ASCAP President Paul Willliams (left) and ASCAP's Director of Musical theatre Michael A. Kerker congratulate Stephen Schwartz on the world premiere of his opera, Séance on a Wet Afternoon, at the Santa Barbara Opera Company.
Sondheim Gathering Benefits "Children Will Listen" Program
ASCAP's Lavinia Jones Wright defends the relevance of the CMJ Music Marathon and hand-drawn illustrations.
The original cast of Bye, Bye Birdie celebrated the 50th Anniversary of the Tony Award-winning musical's opening on Broadway.
The music of 10 ASCAP composers and international affiliates was featured in a special 10th anniversary concert at the World Soundtrack Awards, the centerpiece event of the Ghent Film Festival.
Taylor Lindsey of Raylene Music, The Kella Stephenson Company and ASCAP joined together on June 11 for a party at Sambuca in Nashville to celebrate the incredible success of Hillary Lindsey
Since the early 1960s, Judy Collins has lent her silvery voice to the work of dozens of great composers and lyricists, ranging from Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, Jimmy Webb, Lennon & McCartney to Stephen Sondheim, Weill & Brecht , Jacques Brel, and Yip Harburg, among many more, creating classic rendi...
At the Songwriters Hall of Fame's 40th Anniversary gala, hosted by SHOF Chairman & CEO Hal David on June 18, songwriters and stars came out to fete this year's inductees and special honorees at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in New York City.
ASCAP members Jacob Cooper, Xi Wang and Stephen Wilcox were selected to participate in the weeklong seminars, mentoring sessions, readings and concert at the annual Minnesota Orchestra Composer Institute in October.
Fifty years ago, Stephen Sondheim joined ASCAP when he collaboarated with Leonard Bernstein on the score for West Side Story. His masterful command of language, craft, substance and the ability to entertain continues to illuminate Broadway and the stages of the world with brilliant music to thi...
The American Ambassador to Latvia invited ASCAP to bring a series of musical theatre concerts, seminars and master classes, led by Stephen Schwartz, to Riga to help promote a better understanding of this unique American art form earlier this year.
One hundred fifth graders from Harlem's PS 123, Mahalia Jackson School, learned how to be Wicked (in a good way) when composer-lyricist Stephen Schwartz visited them in preparation for a Broadway matinee performance of his Tony Award-winning musical, Wicked.
JAMES ADLER'S Memento mori: An AIDS Requiem received its West Coast Premiere on April 30 and May 2 at the Mission Dolores Basilica in San Francisco., DAN ADAMS concerti at the University of South Florida (USF) Center for Visual and Performing Arts in Tampa., KAREN AMRHEIN's ballet Little Nemo in ...
Over the last decade, Daniel Smith and his four younger siblings have played music together using various monikers, Maria Muldaur's career has spanned decades and she has delved into every style of American music,Rob Schwimmer is a composer, piano virtuoso and thereminist who has long gained the ...
For three nights in June, ASCAP's Musical Theatre Workshop, held at ASCAP's headquarters on Broadway and moderated by Grammy and Academy Award-winning composer and ASCAP Board member Stephen Schwartz, played host to some of musical theatre's best writers, composers, librettists, producers and ind...
Stephen Merritt and Claudia Gonson (right) of The Magnetic Fields stopped by the ASCAP offices where they met with ASCAP's Margaret Spoddig. Merritt is working on a musical adaptation of the children's book, Coraline (written by Neil Gaiman), to be presented at Brooklyn's St. Ann's Warehouse in t...
LaMontagne, a father of two living in rural Maine, had an epiphany one morning upon waking up to his radio alarm clock playing Stephen Stills' "Treetop Flyer." He did not go into work that day. Instead he began his songwriting career and hasn't looked back.
TVT will be releasing Glasgow-based band The Cinematics' debut single, "Chase" on September 26.
New ASCAP members Gary Adler and Michael Patrick Walker, writers of the Broadway hit musical, Altar Boyz, are greeted by ASCAP Board member and Academy Award-winning writer Stephen Schwartz outside the show's theatre in New York City.
Honorary Chairs Barbra Streisand and Warren Beatty joined ASCAP President and Chairman Marilyn Bergman in presenting Stephen Sondheim with an award commemorating the creation of Sondheim's Children Will Listen, a program of the ASCAP Foundation.
In 1997, Michael Giacchino was approached by DreamWorks Studios to score their flagship PlayStation video game based on Stephen Spielberg's box office hit, The Lost World.