Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra to Premiere Play It Again, Marvin! A Marvin Hamlisch Celebration June 27–29, 2014

PITTSBURGH, PA —The music, humor, warmth and life of Marvin Hamlisch will once again grace the Heinz Hall stage when Play It Again, Marvin! A Marvin Hamlisch Celebration makes its world premiere with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra during the weekend of June 27, 2014. Nobody did it better than Hamlisch as his Oscars, Emmys, Grammys and Tony Award can attest. From …

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Speaking about the EGOT-winning music icon’s PBS documentary, Terre Blair Hamlisch says her husband’s unheard works fill a room and predicts future success for uncelebrated musicals “Smile” and “The Sweet Smell of Success.”

He had Pulitzer. He was one of the very few PEGOTs. (Pulitzer, Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony winners)” — American Masters creator Susan Lacy See Pictures. Photo Album: Marvin Hamlisch — What He Did For Love LOS ANGELES, CA — A year and a day after Marvin Hamlisch’s sudden death, his widow, Terre Blair Hamlisch, closed out PBS’ time at the Television …

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Composer Marvin Hamlisch’s Final Work Shares His Childhood Love Of Music

New York, NY — Composer Marvin Hamlisch’s Final Work Shares His Childhood Love Of Music NY1 Video: Terre Blair Hamlisch, the widow of the late composer Marvin Hamlisch, shares with NY1’s Parenting Correspondent Shelley Goldberg how her husband’s final work was an autobiographical children’s book and a very special song that encourages children to enjoy music and sing. Get the book: Related content: …

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First Film Biography of Composer-Conductor Marvin Hamlisch. Featuring Exclusive Access to His Personal Archives. THE WAY HE WAS airs on December 27 on PBS

PBS has officially announced the broadcast premiere of the new documentary all about EGOT — Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony Awards — recipient Marvin Hamlisch with the newly announced American Masters 2013 final entry MARVIN HAMLISCH: THE WAY HE WAS. Featuring a starry assortment of talent including career collaborators such as Barbra Streisand, Idina Menzel, Steven Soderbergh, Woody Allen, Brian D’Arcy …

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