The Raid” from The Informant! (Film, 2009) — The Music of Marvin Hamlisch

Musical Composition: “The Raid” From the film “The Informant!” (2009) — Directed by Steven Soderbergh, with Matt Damon.  AUDIO: The Raid — From “The Informant!” — (Film, 2009) — LISTEN.     BUY MUSIC   About The Informant! (Film, 2009) The U.S. government decides to go after an agro-business giant with a price-fixing accusation, based on the evidence submitted by their …

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Celebrating Marvin Hamlisch — Recent Tributes & Production of his Musicals. THANKS!

Friends, thank you for remembering and celebrating the award-winning artist Marvin Hamlisch. Jacksonville Symphony, Palm Beach Pops, Milwaukee Symphony, Omaha Symphony, Santa Rosa Symphony, Indianapolis Symphony, Fort Worth Symphony, Adrian Symphony, St. James Theater London, Joe’s Pub, Pittsburgh Symphony, New York Public theater, Naples Philharmonic, Atlanta Symphony, Philadelphia Pops, Phoenix Symphony, Cleveland Pops, Baltimore Symphony, The Paley Center, Buffalo Philharmonic, …

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With Sold Out Opening The Columbus Museum of Art begins Photographic Exhibit to Honor Composer Marvin Hamlisch (Open Thru Sept 6, 2015) — Come Visit!

Columbus, OH — With a Sold Out celebration the Columbus Museum of Art opens its fabulous photographic exhibit for Composer Marvin Hamlisch. Visit the Columbus Museum of Art  — A Must see exhibit!   BUY THE BOOK! Look inside / Order a copy of the Photographic Book: “Remembering Marvin Hamlisch, The People’s Composer” COMMENTS from Charlotte Blair Jones: “The exhibit is …

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From the desk of Terre Blair Hamlisch: Thank you for visiting! The Columbus Museum’s Photographic Exhibit is now open through Sept 6, 2015– TICKETS!

Update! Exhibit is now open. It will be showing Through Sept 6, 2015. Video: Inside the Photo Exhibit. — VISIT THE COLUMBUS MUSEUM — DETAILS (Open Trhough Sept 6, 2015) For the record: (Opening gala happened Apr 10th. The Exhibit will remain open through Sept 6, 2015) From the desk of Terre Blair Hamlisch: “Please join us at The Columbus Museum of …

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Marvin Hamlisch’s award winning life on display in Columbus Museum of Art exhibit

Columbus, OH — The Lantern: Throughout the history of U.S. entertainment, only 12 people have won all four (Egot) performing awards: four Emmys, 4 Grammys, 3 Oscars,  a Tony. Only two people have won these four awards and a Pulitzer Prize:  Marvin Hamlisch and Composer Richard Rodgers. Marvin also received 2 Golden Globes. “Remembering Marvin Hamlisch: The People’s Composer Photographs …

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NY — Apr 8: Essential Voices USA presented: “Beyond Broadway — Composers Go Choral” (Includes Premiere of a work by Marvin Hamlisch)

New York, NY — On April 8, 2015 at 7:30pm, Essential Voices USA presented the new program: “Beyond Broadway — Composers Go Choral.” PHOTOS AND REVIEWS: A GOOD PLACE TO BE ON APR 8! photos! COMPOSERS GO CHORAL — REVIEW & PHOTOS! Venue: DiMenna Space for Classical Music 450 West 37th Street, New York, NY   Essential Voices USA, with Judith …

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COLUMBUS OH — COME CELEBRATE! Open through Sept 6, 2015 — The Columbus Museum of Art’s photographic exhibit: “Remembering Marvin Hamlisch, The People’s Composer” Photographs by Len Prince

Columbus, OH — The Columbus Museum of Art is honored to be part of the community of celebrations that have taken place throughout the country honoring Marvin Hamlisch’s amazing musical gifts.  OPEN through Sept 6,2015! — Tickets! GET TICKETS! Photographic exhibit “Remembering Marvin Hamlisch the People’s Composer” by Photographer Len Prince   Remembering Marvin Hamlisch the People’s Composer will accompany …

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Song: I Hope I Get It — From A Chorus Line

Marvin’s notes from A Chorus Line: Ed (Kleban) said to me today: “The main all-consuming thing about these dancers is how endlessly desperate they are for work. The job is The Holy Grail.” And then he handed me a yellow piece of paper from his pad. There were only four simple lines on it: God I hope I get it I really …

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