Thank you! Columbus Museum of Art: “Performance Tribute — The tuneful melodies of Marvin Hamlisch”

Columbus, OH — Thanks to The Columbus Museum of Art and the Cast from Short North Stage for the July 30th and Aug 2nd, 2015 SOLD OUT performances celebrating Marvin Hamlisch with selections from his extensive body of work. The performances complement a vast photographic exhibit of the composer (Now on view through Sept 6th. 2015 Photographic Exhibit — DETAILS /TICKETS …

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▶ Song: Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows (1963, Lesley Gore)- The Music of Marvin Hamlisch

Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows! By Lesley Gore. The Music of Marvin Hamlisch. “Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows” is a popular song sung by Lesley Gore. It was originally released on Gore’s 1963 album Lesley Gore Sings of Mixed-Up Hearts. The song, composed by Marvin Hamlisch, was released as a single in conjunction with being sung by Lesley Gore in the 1965 …

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CONCERT REVIEW: VIDEO — Surprise Pre-Show! THANK YOU! to The Ravinia Festival and The Chicago Symphony! Program: Kevin Cole’s “Play It Again, Marvin” A Marvin Hamlisch Celebration

REVIEW: RAVINIA FESTIVAL 7/26 -  Thank you to The Ravinia Festival, The Chicago Symphony, to Kevin Cole and the Cast for this joyful celebration of Marvin Hamlisch’s music, humor, warmth and life! The program “Play It Again, Marvin! A Marvin Hamlisch Celebration.”  Terre Blair Hamlisch, Maestro Hamlisch’s widow was in attendance and said a few words. WATCH! A Great Surprise Pre-show …

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Terre Blair Hamlisch to attend Ravinia Festival / Chicago Symphony Tribute to Marvin Hamlisch. (3rd Anniversary — A Celebration of Life)

CHICAGO SYMPHONY / RAVINIA FESTIVAL -  Marvin Hamlisch’s widow, Terre Blair Hamlisch will be in attendance at the July 26th, 2015 celebration of the composer by The Ravinia Festival and The  Chicago Symphony Orchestra. TICKETS –Ravinia Festival. She will speak at this event. Maestro Marvin Hamlisch passed away Aug 6, 2012. The 3rd Anniversary of his death is fast approaching. …

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ICYMI ▶ VIDEO: Hamilton Cast pays tribute to A Chorus Line — 40 Year anniversary — April 16th, 2015 Proclaimed “A CHORUS LINE DAY”

The cast from Hamilton the Musical paid tribute to A Chorus Line to celebrate 40 years since A Chorus Line began performances at The Public Theater. From the office of NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio: “I hereby proclaim Thursday April 16th, 2015 “A CHORUS LINE DAY”   The tribute happened at the very stage ( NYC Public Theate ) where The …

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▶ Song & Dance: The Music and The Mirror — Charlotte D’Amboise (A Chorus Line)

Song & Dance: The Music and The Mirror from the Musical A Chorus Line (2006 Broadway Revival) — by Charlotte D’Amboise.   Performer: Charlotte D’Amboise The Choreography of Michael Bennet The Music of Marvin Hamlisch The Lyrics of Edward Kleban     VIDEO: Charlotte D’Amboise dances & sings “THE MUSIC AND THE MIRROR” from the Musical A Chorus Line: AUDIO:  …

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▶ Song: “Love Theme” — Music Flashback from: The World’s Greatest Athlete (Film, 1973) — The Music of Marvin Hamlisch

Music from the 1973 film “The World’s Greatest Athlete”  — The Music of Marvin Hamlisch. (Celebrating Marvin Hamlisch, 1944–2012) Synopsis of the film: Head coach Sam Archer (John Amos) and his right-hand man, Milo Jackson (Tim Conway), have been leading Merrivale College’s track team to a succession of last-place finishes. A chance visit to Africa brings Sam and Milo the athlete …

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▶ Song: AT THE BALLET (5min) — Lyricist Ed Kleban and Marvin Hamlisch — The Workshop Sessions — A Chorus Line (1975)

Washington, DC — Listen to Marvin Hamlisch and Ed Kleban sing their hearts out during their preparation for the workshops for the Original Broadway Musical A CHORUS LINE (1975) — Remembering Ed Kleban (1939–1987) and Marvin Hamlisch (1944–2012) with love…Team Marvin Hamlisch. May 3, 1974: Michael Bennett called. “Marvin, I know you’re probably stuck in Hollywood now, but drop everything and …

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