VIDEO PREVIEW — Photographic Book: Remembering Marvin Hamlisch The People’s Composer

Book Preview: Remembering Marvin Hamlisch, The People’s Composer “A Cultural Icon” Photographs By Len Prince The author will donate a 50 percent of the proceeds to The Marvin Hamlisch Scholarship Fund at Juilliard School — Watch Book Preview: ORDER A COPY OF THE BOOK Related content: The exhibit “Remembering Marvin Hamlisch The People’s Composer ” will open on April 10th

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Song: “Somewhere” from West Side Story — One of Marvin Hamlisch’s favorites by Other Composers)

SONG: SOMEWHERE — One of Marvin Hamlisch’s favorites: From West Side Story by Bernstein / Sondheim. — Enjoy! (Remembering Marvin Hamlisch & Leonard Bernstein. A salute to Stephen Sondheim. WATCH “Somewhere“       “Somewhere” is a song from the 1957 Broadway musical West Side Story that was made into a film in 1961. The music is composed by Leonard …

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Oil on Canvas of composer Marvin Hamlisch at The National Portrait Gallery in Washington D.C. — Come Visit!

Washington, D.C. — The National Portrait Gallery in Washington D.C. recently acquired a painting of the legendary composer Marvin Hamlisch. The Painting is an Oil on Canvas by Richard Stone. A Gift of Sir Howard and Lady Jennifer Stringer. — The Family of Marvin Hamlisch is grateful and honored. The painting will be hanging at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Portrait …

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ICYMI: Concert Tribute to Marvin Hamlisch at The Lincoln Center (NYE 2012) — Watch courtesy of PBS/LFLC

One Singular Sensation: Celebrating Marvin Hamlisch (NYE 2012) Thanks to: The New York Philharmonic, LFLC, PBS, Producers, Performers! WATCH CONCERT: Live From Lincoln Center — One Singular Sensation! Celebrating Marvin Hamlisch — New York Philharmonic and stars from Broadway and television celebrate Marvin Hamlisch:   One Singular Sensation: Celebrating Marvin Hamlisch New York Philharmonic Avery Fisher Hall Monday, December 31, …

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Get the book: Autobiographical Children’s Book “Marvin Makes Music,” From Late Composer Marvin Hamlisch.

Summary of Marvin Makes Music A true story from one of America’s most beloved composers This endearing book is based on the true life story of composer Marvin Hamlisch, who, at the age of six, was the youngest person ever accepted into the Juilliard School.   Includes CD with original song Purchase book: Visit: Amazon        Barnes & Noble     …

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REVIEW: Palm Beach Pops ends season on high note with Tribute to Marvin Hamlisch

West Palm Beach, FL — Maestro Lee Musiker and the Palm Beach Pops ended their comeback season with a bang Sunday March 8th at The Kravis Center with a tribute to the music of the late, great composer/pianist Marvin Hamlisch. With a number of first-rate orchestral arrangements, solid performances by the musicians and guest vocalists, and an experienced hand at …

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March 8, 2015: Morris Museum presented “One Singular Night — The Music of George Gershwin and Marvin Hamlisch”

Morristown, NJ — The Morris Museum presented Thomas Pandolfi, performing the music of George Gershwin and Marvin Hamlisch This event happened: One Singular Night: The Music of George Gershwin and Marvin Hamlisch Sunday, March 8, 2:00PM     “Considered a leading interpreter of the works of George Gershwin. Add in a bit of Marvin Hamlisch and we have an afternoon …

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Audio Preview: Donna McKechnie talks about the symphony tribute: “Marvin Hamlisch — One Singular Sensation”

Guest Artist Donna McKechnie speaks about the content of the program “Tribute to Marvin Hamlisch — One Singular Sensation” — The program includes selections form Marvin Hamlisch’s extensive body of work. (From Broadway’s “A Chorus Line,” “They’re Playing Our Song,”  “Sweet Smell of Success.” From Hollywood’s “The Way We Were,” “The Sting,”  “Ice Castles,” “Sophie’s Choice,” “The Swimmer” and more…) GET …

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The Music of Marvin Hamlisch — Film: The Way We Were (1973)

The Film: “Opposites attract when, during their college days, Katie Morosky (Barbra Streisand), a politically active Jew, meets Hubbell Gardiner (Robert Redford), a feckless WASP. Years later, in the wake of World War II, they meet again and, despite their obvious differences, marry. Hubbell wants to be a screenwriter, so the two move to California despite Katie’s objections. They prosper …

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