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Classical Music Finds a Way to Showcase New Works


From News, posted 9.01.20 Across the country beginning in early March, classical concerts were being postponed, then canceled. Since then, though concert halls remain dark, the creation and performance of music has continued, thanks to numerous classical music organizations that have stepped up during these unprecedented times to ensure that classical composers have platforms… Read more...

Composer/Conductor Cliff Eidelman’s Music is Full of Color and Craft


From News, posted 1.14.19 Cliff Eidelman broke into film scoring at the age of 22 when a performance recording of one of the concert music commissions he composed at Santa Monica City College reached director Monica Teuber. Teuber was so impressed that she asked him to write some music based on the reading of… Read more...

Watch Interviews with Top Music Creators


From News, posted 5.29.09 BMI’s annual award shows honor the year’s best in every genre, attracting and celebrating the world’s preeminent songwriters, composers, and superstars. At each ceremony, BMI captures red carpet interviews, which are now available for viewing exclusively on To watch one-on-one chats with a-listers including Colbie Caillat, Taylor Swift, Michael… Read more...

BMI Film & Television Awards Tout Composers of Year’s Top Film, Television, & Cable Music


From News, posted 5.21.09 David Newman Honored for Outstanding Career Achievement; Mike Post Receives Classic Contribution Award BMI honored the composers of music featured in the past year’s top-grossing films, top-rated prime-time network television series, and highest ranking cable network programs tonight at its annual Film & Television Awards. Held at the Beverly Wilshire… Read more...

Cliff Eidelman: Untangling Love’s Lattice with “He’s Just Not That Into You”


From MusicWorld, posted 2.10.09 While a traditional romantic film might center on the conundrums of one couple, He’s Just Not That Into You, based on the best-selling book of the same name, presents a cast of nine principal characters played by Jennifer Anniston, Jennifer Connelly, Ginnifer Goodwin, Scarlett Johansson, Ben Affleck, Bradley Cooper, Justin… Read more...

Cliff Eidelman: Cliff Eidelman Interview - The 2009 BMI Film/TV Awards

Captured at BMI Film TV Awards 2009

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