Before accepting her special Tony award in 1976, Mathilde Pincus said, “People think of us as music copyists, but we’re much more than that, and we’re trying to change our image.” She succeeded.
A UK man has begun serving a prison sentence for committing brazen frauds against composers, orchestrators, and music publishers over the course of several years.
A British man is under investigation by police after being suspected of committing fraud in connection with many projects in the music industry occurring over the course of this year and the last several years. He is known to have contacted and victimized people in the United Kingdom and the United States, and he has […]
Tomorrow night marks the final performance of a revival of George Furth and Stephen Sondheim’s musical, Company, at the Crucible in Sheffield. The run, which started at the end of November last year, has been critically-acclaimed, drawing a five-star review from the Daily Telegraph. Dominic Cavendish called it “unmissable” and said: Jonathan Munby’s world-class revival […]
When Cambridge graduate and horn player Joseph Walters decided in 1998 to travel to India to learn the tabla after completing his studies, he fell in love with the country. But he had no idea that ten years later he would be returning with director Sarah McCarthy to make a film about a group of […]