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John Williams Honored With Special Award at 34th Annual BMI Film, TV & Visual Media Awards

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From News, posted 5.10.18. Previous year’s top film, TV and visual media composers also honored, along with composers Laura Karpman, Miriam Cutler, Lolita Ritmanis and Rick Baitz at Beverly Hills ceremony. Read more...


Composer James Newton Howard Honored as BMI Icon at 2016 Film/TV Awards

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From News, posted 5.12.16. Ceremony also celebrated top film, TV and cable composers Read more...


Indie Spotlight: Susy Sun

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From News, posted 9.16.15. With influences ranging from Chopin to Regina Spektor to Elton John, Susy Sun makes indie chic pop with a classical piano influence. But her music is as pretty as it is deep. An introspective soul and the only artist among her five siblings, Susy is constantly exploring questions of… Read more...


Oscar-Winning Composer Alexandre Desplat Honored as BMI Icon at 2015 Film/TV Awards

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From News, posted 5.14.15. Ceremony also celebrated top film, TV and cable composers Read more...


GRAMMY Nods Showcase Depth of BMI Roster

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From News, posted 1.16.14. The 56th Annual GRAMMY Awards are less than two weeks away and the dozens of BMI affiliates nominated are well positioned for a huge evening. Rapidly ascendant newcomers Macklemore & Ryan Lewis snagged an impressive seven nods, including  Album of the Year for The Heist, Song of the Year and Best… Read more...


Indie Spotlight: Bearcat

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From News, posted 8.03.12. Inspired by a wide array of musicians, from Doris Day to Ours to Regina Spektor, Renee Yohe’s eclectic talents and experiences create a compellingly notable project with Bearcat. Renee channeled her experiences into five powerful and life-defining songs on her debut self-titled EP, released in early 2012. Praise started to pour… Read more...


Indie Spotlight: Rachel Platten

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From News, posted 5.12.11. Beautiful, but not brazen. Passionate, but never preachy. Populist, but definitely not prosaic. New York City singer-songwriter, pianist and beatboxer Rachel Platten is by no means your average headliner-in-the making. Her Rock Ridge Music debut, Be Here, is a bewitching collection of 10 wise-beyond-their-years piano-driven pop songs that echo elements of… Read more...


Marina and the Diamonds Bat Eyes at Long-Lasting Pop

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From MusicWorld, posted 2.17.10. 24-year-old Marina Diamandis is sweeping confidently past pop-glitz pot holes. Far from a one-off wonder or celebrity-starved ingénue, Diamandis is building a lasting career, one infectious, hook-soaked jewel at a time. The half Welsh, half Greek songbird burst onto the scene in 2009 with the release of Marina and the Diamonds’… Read more...


Morgan Page Has a Message: Believe

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From MusicWorld, posted 11.17.09. As 2009 lurches to a finish, Los Angeles producer, DJ and remixer Morgan Page have lots to crow about. His official debut album, Elevate, spawned the global club hit “The Longest Road,” the Deadmau5 remix of which garnered a Grammy nomination. In a heartening vote of confidence from fans, peers and… Read more...


Sundance Institute Announces Six Fellows for the 2009 Sundance Institute Composers Lab

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From News, posted 7.15.09. The Sundance Institute announced the six musicians selected as Fellows at its 2009 Composers Lab on July 15. The lab runs from July 15 - July 29 at the Sundance Resort in Utah. This year’s Composer’s Lab Fellows are Kim Carroll, Chanda Dancy, Magda Giannikou, Lili Haydn, Christopher Lord, and David… Read more...


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