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Society for American Music Honors Five Writers

The Society for American Music honored five authors at its recent 28th Annual Conference held in Lexington, Kentucky. Carol Oja, who was recognized for her book Making Music Modern: New York in the 1920’s, also became the society’s president at the meeting. Allen Lott was installed as secretary and Denise von Glahn and Josephine Wright […]

DSO Reissues Historic CBS Records’ Black Composers Series

This month, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra reissued the CBS Records’ Black Composers Series, originally recorded between 1974 and 1979 by Columbia Masterworks and released as part of a nine LP box set. The reissue of the historically significant recordings was made possible by the DSO’s 2002 Classical Roots Celebration Committee, a group of prominent metro-Detroiters […]

Composer Bimstein to Vie for State House Seat

Phillip Bimstein Phillip Bimstein, composer, environmentalist, AMC board member, and former two-term mayor of Springdale, Utah, is running for a seat in the Utah House of Representatives. After talking with the man Parade magazine profiled as “The Man Who Brought Civility Back to Town,” it’s not hard to understand how Bimstein balances what are at […]

One of a Kind

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The 40 recordings that we received this month spotlight many musicians who have truly crafted their art with a unique approach to music making.

European American Music Distributors Reorganizes

Copyright attorney, music industry veteran, and AMC board member Jim Kendrick has been named acting president of European American Music Distributors Limited Liability Corporation (EAMDLLC) , formerly European American Music Distibutors Corporation (EAMDC). The restructuring follows the unexpected death of longtime European American Music head Ronald Freed on February 20. One of the company’s founding […]