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  • Payton MacDonald, percussionist/marimba player and filmmaker
  • Dan Sugarman, guitarist, member of Ice Nine Kills, ex member of As Blood Runs Black. Released 3 instrumental albums.
  • Vicky Chow (pianist), classical pianist specializing in new music, member of the Bang on a Can All-Stars
  • Chip Stephens, American jazz pianist and professor of jazz piano at the University of Illinois who has performed on numerous Grammy- and Emmy-winning recordings; he is on more than 80 albums as a sideman and bandleader




Classical compositions


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  • Richard Lenz Richard Lenz, born in Amsterdam, started to play the guitar at the age of nine. In the Netherlands Richard studied at the Conservatorium in Alkmaar with Tamara Kropat and subsequently at the Conservatorium in Rotterdam with Dick Hoogeveen. He won two scholarships to help him further his studies overseas in Wales. As a student of the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Richard undertook his postgraduate studies in Cardiff with guitarist John Mills and also studied vihuela and period performance practice, visiting early music specialist Nigel North in London. Throughout his studies, Richard played in numerous festivals and master classes with many of the world's leading guitarists. Richard maintains a busy performance and tuition schedule and has appeared in recitals both as a soloist and in various ensembles, including a Royal Performance. As part of Duo Lenz, Richard and his wife Ruth have established themselves as one of Australia's leading classical guitar duos and have given recitals worldwide. Duo Lenz has been invited to play for many prestigious events and festivals and their performance schedule has been extensive. Together they have made television appearances and receive extensive radio airplay. Richard has written many works for guitar solo, duet and ensemble and his compositions receive regular airplay on ABC Classic FM. He is the director of several award-winning guitar ensembles and has acted as an adjudicator in addition to being an examiner for the Australian Music Examinations Board and the UWA Conservatorium of Music. [13]
  • Josef Liebeskind (1866-1916) There is very little information on the composer, who was primarily a musicologist. He was born in Leipzig April 22, 1866 and died in Leipzig on August 10, 1916. He has co-authored the thematic catalog of the works of Christpoh of Alfred Wotquenne Willibald Gluck (1904). He studied at the Leipzig Conservatory with Reinecke, Hermann, and Jadassohn Sitt. He directed the publication of a large number of works by Gluck, Mozart and Dittersdorf. It brought together a vast library rich in documents Gluck, several manuscripts. Works: Lobe den Herrn, motet for chorus, Op 1; String Quartet No. 1 in E minor, Op 2 (1888); Trio for piano, violin and cello in D minor, op 3 (1893); Symphony No. 1 in A minor, op 4 (1894); Zwei Fugen für die Orgel, Op 6 (1895); String Quartet No. 2 in C major, Op 7 (1896). Not found: Opus 5. If there is a Symphony No. 1, is there also a symphony 2, thus possible Opus 5?
  • Kali Malone Stockholm based American composer whose solo works implement unique tuning systems in minimalist form for analog and digital synthesis often combined with acoustic instrumentation. Her 2019 organ album "The Sacrificial code" made the year-end lists of Pitchfork, The Wire, and 2019 Album of the Year from Boomkat [29] [30] [31] [32] [33] [34]
  • Tom Speight - British singer-songwriter based in London. Tom's songs from debut album 'Collide' have been regular features of BBC Radio 2, including Graham Norton's featured artist of the year in 2018 [23]. He also headlined Glastonbury's Acoustic stage in 2019 [24] and had a number one single in Brazil before launching his debut album [25]


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Critics, historians, journalists, and publications

  • The A to X of Alternative Music written by Steve Taylor, dj at Xfm in London (1998-2008). Foreword written by Michael Stipe of R.E.M. This book is regularly referenced in wikipedia entries and has sold around 8-10000 copies.
  • Culture Captures (Culture Captures is a media and marketing company. Focused on showcasing and curating the latest in music and pop culture. Culture Captures has been involved in marketing campaigns for artists such as Playboi Carti, Juice Wrld, Joyner Lucas, 21 Savage, Future, and more.) [26] [27] [28]
  • Redirect Lyrical Lemonade (Music Blog and media company that is based in Chicago Illinois. Created by Cole Bennett, Lyrical Lemonade has grown from a personal blog into a music video production and concert organizer.)
  • 1001Tracklists 1001Tracklists is a user-generated tracklist database for electronic dance music that enables their users to view playlist information of public performances by DJs and radio shows. The website is integrated with several streaming services including Spotify, SoundCloud, YouTube, Mixcloud, Apple Music & Beatport. [29]
  • In The Loop Magazine - An Independent, Eclectic music publication based out of Chicago Illinois that reports on local and national music entertainment, established by James Currie in 2014. In The Loop Magazine has grown to international recognition and has several notable contributors on its staff. They are the only 100% music focused publication in a tristate area. They also have a YouTube TV channel that plays live concerts, interviews and special events. They have done several breaking news stories on the music scene that have been shared and promoted through many bands, agencies and other music new outlets. [30]
  • The AU Review - Independent Australian music, arts, lifestyle and travel publication, established by Heath Media's founder Larry Heath in 2008. [31]
  • Audiation Magazine - Eclectic magazine for the expression of music and the creative arts. For the love of music.. we interpret this passion through variations including fashion, art, lifestyle and words from the heart of the industry. [32]
  • James Currie (editor-in-chief) - Editor-in-Chief of In The Loop Magazine [33]
  • In The Loop Magazine - A Chicago-based music publication and media company founded in May 2014. Its primary focus is showcasing music news in the Chicago market. It focuses on all music genres and styles as well as promotes local bands, artists, clubs and venues. [34]
  • Hello Asia! - Australian based publication looking at the world of Asian Music and Culture, run by editor-in-chief Johnny Au as part of the Heath Media group of publications [35]
  • Fake Shore Drive - a Chicago-based music blog and media company founded in October 2007. Its primary focus is showcasing Chicago's hip-hop and R&B scene, but its scope has since expanded to cover the entire Midwest urban music scene (as of February 2013). [36]
  • I Probably Hate Your Band - An Australian online music magazine focusing on news, music reviews and interviews steeped in comedy and satire. Started in 2014 as a countercultre music news website to contrast the saturated Australian music media. [37]
  • Slasher Club - An opinion-based website that focuses on offering insightful opinion about all sorts of different films, video-games, and graphic-novels with horror operating as the helm of the site's content. [38]
  • Southern Country Life - An Indie Christian & Country Music promotion website that helps Indie and local artists get their music and projects out there for more people and potential record labels to find out about them. [39]
  • RevCutt - An online music blog that reviews music on a scale of 1-10. The genres have varied in the music reviewed. They also post their own articles called "Rev's Pieces." [40]
  • Roots Music Report - Online magazine that compiles weekly radio airplay charts from airplay spins reported by radio stations around the globe. Founded in 1998 by Robert Bartosh. Roots Music Reports founder Robert Bubba Bartosh is credited with starting a new music genre "Roots Rock" in 1999 by publishing the first ever Roots Rock airplay chart. The genre is commonly used now to describe music throughout the world. RMR also post cd reviews by 3 well known music critics. Roots Music Report has recently expanded to compile charts for all genres of music being played and reported by Satellite, terrestrial AM, FM and internet radio stations globally at]
  • Donald N. Ferguson - Music theorist and philosopher.
  • 3000 Albums in 3000 Days - Album review blog; [41]
  • Ryan Alban - An american jazz analyst, performer, music educator.
  • Mika Bashir- Polish nationality, American musicologist, critic, philosopher and manager
  • Dan Blackman - disc jockey, B101-WBEB-FM in Philadelphia, PA; ommon voice in PA/NJ/DE commercials; [42]
  • Justin Colletti - Journalist, sound engineer and professor; [43]
  • Patsi Bale Cox - Nashville biographer and journalist. Died at age 66.
  • Guy Dammann, Classical music critic and commentator, academic. Writes mainly for The Guardian. Also writes for The Observer, New Statesman, Economist [44]
  • Fuzz Box Girl - YouTube personality who reviews and demos a large amount of musical equipment; she has been gaining a large amount of popularity; [45]
  • Karl Wilson Gehrkens - U.S. music teacher and author of several books on music and teaching. 1882-1975.
  • Nalini Ghuman, musicologist barred entry to the US [46]
  • Robert Gordon - music critic from Memphis
  • Simon Hadley - Editor-in-Chief of Chybucca Sounds [47]
  • Thornton Hagert, music historian and archivist. Owner of Vernacular Music Research. Nominated for historical liner notes grammy.
  • George Herzog, pioneering American musicologist; see History of the Archives of Traditional Music, Indiana University, Bloomington
  • Professor Maurice Hinson - Music historian & editor.
  • Nina Jankowicz - Disinformation Fellow at Wilson Center and author of "How to Lose the Information War: Russia, Fake News, and the future of Conflict". See: [48]
  • Memphis Jones - American music journalist, singer, and all about Memphis music, history, & culture
  • Bakari Kitwana - wrote Why White Kids Love Hip Hop
  • Mieczyslaw Kolinski - Canadian ethnomuicologist; see Canadian Encyclopedia article
  • Francis O. Leach, D.M.A. - The Dances for Solo Piano of Paul Creston: A Pedagogical and Performance Overview (University of Oklahoma dissertation, 1994)
  • Neville Marten - British Writer and Editor Of Guitar Techniques and Guitarist (magazine). Author Of Guitar Heaven
  • Mick Middles - UK rock journalist/author
  • Mike Maxheat Mosley - Known as MaD MaX from Akron, Ohio is the Director of Operations, Audio Video Engineer, Webmaster, PR Specialist, Radio DJ, Remix Specialist, Motivational Speaker, Program Director, Journalist, Graphic Designer, Recording Engineer, Digital Music Editor, Music Arranger, Multi-Instrument Musician Producer, Underground Music Ambassador and the lead performer for M3 Records Ohio with a B.A. in Media Production and a minor in Pre Law from the University of Akron. Co-founder of M3 Records Ohio and the internationally syndicated Pro Flow Fa-Sho Show radio program on Pro Flow Radio.
  • Mick Stingley- US Music journalist
  • - leading independent publisher featuring news, reviews, interviews, competitions, the latest releases and all the gossip from the worldwide music scene. [49]
  • Musical Mathematics - Leeds-based alternative-music webzine formed in 2011, specialising in experimental music. [50]
  • Ed Ochs - American music journalist; former Billboard magazine special issues editor
  • Bryan Odell - American music journalist; founder, YouTube channel BryanStars
  • Andri Permana - Indonesian music journalist; [51]
  • Mark Prindle - US rock journalist/author
  • Andy Radin - webmaster responsible for making, reference site for emo music
  • Randy Raley - famous jock from KSHE and other stations.
  • Lynn Roberts (publisher) - Creator, editor and contributor to for folks sake music website; [52]
  • Steve Rodham - Author, magazine editor and Jimi Hendrix historian/archivist.
  • Ellen Sander - Significant writer on American rock music in the 1960s. Her 1973 book Trips: Rock Life in the Sixties, was reissued in 2019. “Name an iconic Sixties rock moment and Ellen Sander was probably there,” Rolling Stone recently wrote of the veteran rock and culture journalist." (
  • Carl B. Schmidt - American musicologist, music historian, author, professor
  • Liv Simister - seventeen year old creator/writer of Planet Stereo, a website dedicated to promoting musicians ( as well as a writer for the New Jersey-based indie-magazine "Danny Says!" (
  • Aliya-Jasmine Sovani - host and journalist for MTV Canada; possibly an Ismaili Muslim of South Asian of East African descent
  • Dave Stelfox - British music critic, journalist and DJ; specialises in roughneck rap, bashment and deep house with a funky twist
  • John Tait (Author) - Australian Rock Historian and Author/Editor of 4 Australian Music books and The Rock Historian Blog. ( ( ( ( (
  • Nicholas Temperley - English musicologist; a highly visible and influential scholar in his field who was a seminal figure in establishing British music studies; died in April 2020. ( ( (
  • Erik Thureson - American music editor, journalist, and photographer at BestMusicLive; [53]
  • Vincenzo Torelli - Italian music journalist and impresario it:Vincenzo Torelli
  • Lucy Tobin - author, journalist and columnist [54]
  • Naresh Nandam - Indian Journalist, Documentary Director and renowned translator
  • Ultimate Wedding Magazine - A unique digital magazine which pioneered an interactive digital magazine to the wedding market in the UK and the USA. [55]
  • Larry Heath Founder and Director of Heath Media, parent company of The AU Review, Hello Asia!, The Iris and the National Live Music Awards. Journalist. Music Video Director. [56] [57] [58] [59] [60]
  • Elevation Outdoors Magazine (Free outdoor adventure lifestyle magazine serving the state of Colorado) (


  • Alternative Music Hub - An alternative music website that services Australian music fans
  • BestMusicLive - An online music webzine covering the most popular genres of music including editorial, photographs, and videos [61]
  • BestMusicLiveTV - The YouTube Channel associated with BestMusicLive, providing weekly vidoe coverage of the top stories in music [62][ dead link]
  • buffaBLOG - [63] - An award-winning [41] music and culture blog chronicling the Western New York Music scene often referenced for local music happenings
  • Chybucca Sounds - British-based daily internet publication devoted to music criticism; [64]
  • Concrete Loop - urban music blog; [65]
  • The Daily Vault – music review website; founded 1997; [66]
  • Dark Legions Archive - net's original heavy-metal site; [67]
  • Drooble - Drooble is an online social media and social networking service for musicians that enables its users to search for and connect with other musicians from all over the world, promote their music and develop their talents. The idea for Drooble was conceived by founder and CEO Melina Krumova in 2012. Since then, the company has been working towards its goal of giving a voice to all musicians, no matter their level of skill and popularity, and creating a place where people from all over the world can come together to work on music projects, discuss their work, develop their talents and creative musical potential. [68] [69] [70] [71] [72]
  • For Folks Sake - folk-music website; [73]
  • Redirect Hipster Runoff or CRLS (blog) - A popular ironic blog about music, alt culture. Been featured in many articles and posts.
  • Jeff's Musical Car - weekly music show which showcases talented singer-songwriters with an intimate in a car; [74]
  • LunchBox LunchBox is Australia's leading independent music feature site championing Australian, New Zealand and Tasman musicians. Covering interviews, live reviews, album reviews, live music galleries, opinion pieces and more [75]
  • Moxie and Mayhem - Music blog with emphasis on indie, folk, and alternative. Interviews up-and-coming bands, reports music news, and reviews CDS. Growing gathering. [76] [77]
  • Music Ally - London-based music intelligence company focused on tech and digital spaces. Founded in 2002 with industry-level paying readership and subscribers (Universal Music Group, Sony Music, Vistex, and more at corporate subscription level). Media partner for major industry events (MIDEM, Reeperbahn and more). Content includes a daily publication, a bi-weekly report on digital tools and campaign highlights, and a monthly comprehensive report on a specific industry subject. [78] [79] [80] [81] [82] [83]
  • Music Life Radio - Music Interview podcast featuring Jason Everman (Nirvana, Soundgarden), Stephen Tobolowsky, Kurdt Vanderhoof (Metal Church), Marc Maron, Jon Herington (Steely Dan), and more. [84]
  • Pinpoint Music – music webzine; focuses on music reviews and live concerts; features include professional music videos (both live and set) and photography; [85]
  • Pop 'Stache – A Chicago-based online music journalism publication. Their motto reads, "at Pop 'Stache, we get off on music." [86]
  • RapReviews – music webzine of rap/hip-hop related news, interviews, reviews; [87]
  • REH Publications - producers of numerous instructional videos. History? Website? Located at Seattle WA 98103
  • Review Bastard - Band of music and movie enthusiast. Daily music and movie review blog: Review Bastard Music and movie discussion: Review Bastard Discussion Board
  • Runolaulu a Finnish song tradition, related to Estonian Regilaul.
  • Scene Point Blank - heavy music webzine celebrating 10 years (punk/hardcore/metal/hip-hop/more: [88]. I have an article ready for submission if this is deemed acceptable. Lorenspb ( talk) 21:25, 19 September 2013 (UTC)
  • The Silent Ballet - post-rock music zine; [89]
  • Anna Palmer - CEO and Founder of Punchbowl News; formerly co-author of POLITICO Playbook [90]
  • URB Press - is a webzine completely devoted to US Black Music and culture: rap, hip hop, r&b, soul, jazz [91] [42] [43] [44]


The requests are disambiguated in two forms; requests for mean we have no content and should, requests from mean the main article has a disproportionately large discography that should be split from the article to stand alone.

Festivals, concerts and awards

  • 1994 Billboard Music Awards A version of the Billboard Awards held in 1994. The Offspring sang Bad Habit there.
  • KamerFEST Music Festival - KamerFEST Music Festival is a 3-day Music Festival which occurs in Atlanta, GA. This music festival features some of the biggest Recording Artists from Cameroon, Central Africa, who travel to the United States to showcase their talent to an international audience. The KamerFEST Music Festival includes Music Contests, a Music Business Workshop, an All-White Welcome Event, and the main event, the Live Concert.

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  • Bass Coast Festival An independent international exhibition of electronic music and art. Founded in 2009 and held in Merit, British Columbia, Canada. From being the first event of its kind to take a stance in favour of respect for First Nations by banning gaudy headdress to introducing harm reduction strategies long before the concept was universal (2015) and adopting serious environmental practices, this has been a staging ground for a great deal of progressive partying. [103]

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  • Los 15 Grandes de Nuevo México The highest award in the New Mexico music genre. As an annual concert and award show, for the year's top performing artists and songs, it has featured prominent artists like Al Hurricane, Lorenzo Antonio, Sparx (US band), and others.
  • Euphoria Music Festival A large independent music festival in Austin, Texas, that has been operating for 6 years. [107] [108] [109]
  • Invincible Tour A Concert Tour by English boy band Five as promotion to their 1999 album Invincible. [110] [111] [112]
  • International Noise Conference (International Noise Conference (INC) is a five day noise music festival that takes place every February in Miami, Florida. It also consists of a yearly related tour and pre-festival shows in various parts of Florida.) (
  • Metal Swap Meet A yearly event held in San Diego that focuses on heavy metal vendors, artists, bands, and meet and greets [113] [114] [115] [116]
  • Drone Day Drone Day is an international celebration of experimental and drone music, that takes place every May. Since its inception in 2014 events have happened in every Canadian province and Territory, including 4 international events. [117] [118] [119]
  • Italy Percussion Competition The Competition takes place since 2003. Every year international renowed percussionists judge in the following sections: Marimba, Vibraphone, Timpani, Sanre Drum, Drum Set and Composition. Together with the competition there are concerts, clinics and masterclasses given by the judges and invited guest-artists - the festival Days of Percussion Italy)Hosted by Italy Percussive Arts Society, a non-profit-cultural-organization and part of the worldwide network of "Percussive Arts Society". The Competition and the festival take place in Montesilvano Pescara Italy - annual in September [120] [121] [122] [123] [124]
  • Sunflowerfest - SUNFLOWERFEST in Hillsborough, County Down, Northern Ireland is a magical weekend festival of music, arts and entertainment. With over 120 acts across 6 stages, SUNFLOWERFEST delivers a truly diverse and immersive experience offering a superb range of music, comedy, poetry, film, dance, family fun, and much more.
  • Allston Village Street Fair - Annual street festival that takes place in the Allston neighborhood of Boston in September each year. The festival is produced by the non-profit organization The Parents and Community Build Group, Inc. and is free and open to the public. The festival attracts more than 100,000 full-time Boston area residents and students and provides fusions of music from 2 outdoor stages, an international food court, family entertainment amenities, a vendor's market, and a public art street mural area. [125]
  • Balkan Trafik festival - Balkan Trafik Festival, turns the Centre for Fine Arts in Brussels into a real festival hall, welcoming over 7,000 loyal visitors every year. The emphasis is always on music: major international artists perform alongside ‘living legends’ from the Balkan region. There is also Roma music, militant rock, soul wrenching jazzy melodies, traditional and electronic music, as well as films and theater, workshops and debates, wine and gastronomy. Each year, more than 200 artists play on the festival‟s different stages, coming from Romania, Serbia, Bosnia, Hungary, Turkey, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Kosovo, Greece, Albania, Moldavia, Slovenia but also France, the Netherlands and Belgium. The programme covers all the music genres, including local traditions, contemporary brass bands and rock and jazz. The best of the Balkans, four days in a row! [126]
  • Erwin Bodky Awards - The Erwin Bodky Award was established in 1968 to encourage young performers to seek professional careers and to pursue excellence in the field of early music. The awards are given by the Cambridge Society for Early Music.
  • Get Up Tour - Tour by Bryan Adams in the year 2016, in support of his latest studio album Get Up (Bryan Adams album). [45]
  • Saigon Soul Pool Parties - The liveliest, ongoing Saturday Pool Party in District 1, Saigon, Vietnam! Relax by the pool with some soulful house music & meet amazing people. [127]
  • KOI Music Festival - an annual 3-day rock music festival in Kitchener, Ontario. Over 100+ bands perform every year, and 2015 will be the 6th year of the festival. [128]
  • Gospel Music FanFair - Somerset, KY; Combined two events into one FanFair (Southern Gospel Music FanFair & Country Gospel Music FanFair); 10th year in concert/awards show for gospel singers; 2014 moved to new location with name change; Randall Wilds- Wilds & Associates, LLC., 12 division company; [129]
  • Bambuco National Folk Festival - annual since 1960 in Neiva; [130]
  • BluesSHOUT! - the nation's premiere annual blues dance event, with classes, competitions, performances, and live music; [131]
  • Camp a Low Hum - annual festival of indie music; organised by Blink, organiser of the A Low Hum tours
  • Castle Party - gothic festival in Poland; [132][ dead link]
  • Cock Rock - Cockermouth Rock Festival; [133]
  • Culture Shock Festival - [134]
  • Dhamaka Bollywood - promotes love, peace and unity among India and Pakistan; featured Sonu Nigam, Atif Aslam and Naz Choudhury at the O2 Arena in April 2012; [135]; [136]
  • Electro Beach Music Festival - 42-day-long electronic dance music festival in Puerto Vallarta; featuring artists including; [137]
  • Green River Festival - Music, food, and hot air balloon festival that takes place every summer at Greenfield Community College in Greenfield, Massachusetts. Begun in 1986; [138]
  • Grassroots Blues Festival - Annual Blues Festival celebrated annually on the second Saturday of July in Duck Hill, Mississippi. [139]
  • Gulf Coast Jam - Country music festival sponsored by Pepsi located in Panama City Beach, Florida over Labor Day Weekend (Sept. 2-4, 2016)


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Instrument manufacturers

  • Spinbal - new spinbal cymbal drum accessory and patina producer
  • Allen B. Chase - American piano maker
  • Beta Aivin - a modern Chinese electric instrument manufacturer also known as "B3". [201] [202]
  • California Audio Technology [203] - Founded in 1990, CAT - California Audio Technology is the global engineering and custom audio manufacturing firm internationally recognized as the world's premier craftsmen of custom ultra high performance loudspeakers, amplifiers, DSP's
  • Abigail Ybarra (Famous pickup winder for Fender Musical Instruments and Jackson Guitars, respected by peers and connoisseurs.) ( Jackson Soloist [204] [205])
  • Japanese OEM Guitar Manufacturers -- There is already a lot of content on this subject in the article FujiGen which is about one specific manufacturer. Half of that article is dedicated currently to _other_ manufacturers. There is some discussion about starting a separate page with info on the other manufacturers on the talk page.


Requests for articles about Jazz are on a separate page, and should be added there.


Music theory



  • The ASCAP Foundation - [208]; non-profit arts and culture non-profit foundation - legally separate from ASCAP - that gives out prestigious awards to budding songwriters that have gone on to become big stars (such as John Mayer and Lin-Manuel Miranda)as well as supporting music education and appreciation to underserved communities; [209]
  • Academy of St Cecilia - [210]; takes its name from the Accademia di Santa Cecilia, in effect the musicians' union in 17th-century Rome of which Corelli, Pasquini and Alessandro Scarlatti were members. Although the Academy covers all periods of music, the principal sphere of interest is early music, interpreted loosely as music dating before 1825. General Meetings (convocations) are held twice yearly. An admission ceremony is followed by a concert, recital or workshop. Members receive the Academy's journal, VOX, and a regular bulletin containing details of forthcoming events. Members are invited to submit articles for publication. The Academy is a social and learned society and not an examining body. From time to time the Chapter awards Honorary Fellowships in recognition of an individual's musical contribution.

All Access Music Group a.k.a. Might be a useful addition to Wikipedia, seeing it's used more than a thousand times ( name, domain) as a (reliable) source. The Los Angeles Times has called it "an online journal of the radio industry" ( [211] [212]). Some webpages that might be useful: [213] (at MusicRow), [214] (at Crunchbase), [215] [216] [217]

  • Amati Studios - [218]; group of mid-range recording studios based all over the UK, which also provides famously cheap in-house mixing and mastering services
  • Blood is Blood Movement On 14 December 2015, Jordan Moll-Vigrass, Congressmen Brian Higgins and the Pride Center of Western New York held a community rally in Buffalo, New York to rally against the Food and Drug Administration policy that bans blood donations by gay and bisexual men. Moll-Vigrass, who is openly gay and had been in a committed relationship for four years, was refused as a blood donor after disclosing his sexual orientation during the questionnaire screening process. Outraged by the federal policy and disappointed by being refused as a blood donor, Moll-Vigrass started to advocate for change.[137] "The government's unfounded policy is hurtful to the people being turned away solely based on sexual orientation and the millions of others who will be in need of a lifesaving blood donation," said Higgins. "Eligibility should be based on risk-based science rather than outdated, fear-based speculation. Blood is Blood" is dedicated to encouraging the FDA to seek and implement blood donation policies that are non-discriminatory towards the Gay & Bi-sexual community in an effort to save lives by holding annual blood drives and events to spark conversation and change.
  • Bach Festival Society of Winter Park - [219] - Organization that produces choral and classical music. Founded in 1935, this regionally and historically significant group maintains a community choir, professional orchestra, presenting program and educational programs. The organization was the first to perform Bach's B Minor Mass south of the Mason-Dixon Line. Dedicated to the legacy of J.S. Bach, the society specializes in choral masterworks and continues the choral tradition commissioning and performing new music.
  • Ball State University Singers - [220]
  • - [221]; social utility for the entire music industry, from Joe to Pro. They are attempting to completely renovate the Music Industry. Providing a bridge between the analog business model (that has devastated the industry) and the digital music future.
  • Blues For Peace - [222]; organization dedicated to promoting blues music and awareness of the blues
  • Bluegrass Music Association of Canada (B.M.A.C.) [223] - The governing body for the preservation and promotion of Bluegrass and Oldtime music in Canada. This Association takes in All of Canada in these genres and is the only national body in Canada.
  • BOP Recording Studios - [224]; World-class recording studio in South Africa best known as the studio used to record the award-winning "The Lion King" soundtrack.
  • BolBihari - [225]; A community for hr people of Bihar, India. This is approved by RHSD(BJP), Bihar. This community helps to up bring the people of Bihar and show their talent to world.
  • Bugles Across America - [226]; Bugles Across America provides Free Live Taps by qualifed volunteers to Honor the Veteran.
  • CanadaJams - Canada's Live Music Showcase [227] - A cross section of the music scene in Canada, with video, audio, photographs, reviews and information on our artists, our venues, and our industry.
  • Chartburst [228] - Unique service which connects unsigned musicians with major record label A&R for record deal consideration and feedback.
  • CCVG Transitional Orchestra - transitional orchestra for Year 7 - 12 year olds; all instruments
  • CFBG ( Campaign for a Better Greensboro) - concert venue and community center promoting rock/alternative music in Greensboro, NC; also a dance studio; [229]
  • Chicago Music Promotions [230] A social utility for the Entire music industry, to find Independent Musicians & Bands, also to check out Nightclub & Mix Djs in the midwest and Chicago Metro Region
  • Children's Music Network A US-based organization of and for children's music educators, performers, singers and songwriters.
  • Choir of the Queen's College, Oxford


MJproduction is led by musician, songwriter and manager Jüri Mets, who entered the entertainment business in 1998 and was known as DJ MJ. From school discos, he moved on to smaller bars, clubs, community centers and nightlife centers as a dj and organizer. Since 2009, MJproduction has been the producer of Vaido Neigaus, then also Ko$ka, ALISHA and Arturio. The most popular of those is Vaido Neigaus (now Vaido Lindström[2]) with the song "Abandoned Everything"[3] and Moonlight[4]. MJProduction has organized over 1,500 events and concerts. On 4 September 2020, despite the corona pandemic, MJproduction organized a club concert with a foreign artist[5]. For example, Maks Barskih[6], Artik & Asti[7], Jah Khalib[8], Serebro[9], Ruki Vverh[10], Thomas Anders[11], Savage, Herb McCoy, Fancy, Niletto[12], Rasa[13], Dr Alban[14], Nastya Kamenskykh[15] and 2Mashi[16] have performed at concerts mediated by MJproduction. Among the organized festivals and initiated series of events are MJ YoungFest[17], MJ RockFest, KaSHA, Retro Legends[18], Alice in Wonderland ice show (Tallinn)[19], 80-90s Legends show (Estonia). In 2020, MJProduction started collaborating with Russian artists TURBOMODA[20] and Igorjok[21]. It was officially extended to Russia in the same year [22]. (sources: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. )


  • Rave the City - Organization for raves in the Netherlands in the 90's. At that time the biggest competitor of Thunderdome.
  • The Richmond Organization (TRO-Essex) - [326] also known as Cheshire Music, Inc.; Cromwell Music, Inc.; Devon Music, Inc.; Essex Music International, Inc.; Folkways Music Publishers, Inc.; Hampshire House Publishing Corp.; Hollis Music, Inc.; Ludlow Music, Inc.; Melody Trails, Inc.; Musical Comedy Productions; Total Music Services; TRO Inc.; Words and Music, Inc.; and Worldwide Music Services. Founded by the late Howie Richmond, who also established the Songwriters' Hall of Fame. From its beginnings TRO made a specialty of claiming authors' rights (often under pseudonyms) to music already in the public domain, a practice permitted by copyright law. A Wikipedia article on The Richmond Organization existed but was deleted in 2007 because there were no cross references to it. However wiki references do exist in articles on " Wimoweh", " Kisses Sweeter than Wine", and " We Shall Overcome". Currently redirects to founder Howie Richmond.
  • Rude Mechanical Orchestra Radical activist brass band based in New York City, performing at left-wing protests nationally since 2004 as well as HONK!.
  • Salem Concert Band. Salem, Oregon
  • Santa Rosa Symphony (Santa Rosa Symphony is the largest California regional symphony north of Los Angeles. The 80-member professional, union orchestra is the resident orchestra at Weill Hall at Green Music Center.1 The Symphony, established in 1927, is also the third-oldest professional orchestra in California and has one of the most comprehensive music education programs in the state. The orchestra received national recognition with a First Place Award for Adventurous Programming in the 2012-2013 season from American Society of Composers Authors and Publishers. Season 2018-2019 will see the Symphony's fifth music director in its, then, 91-year history. In addition to its seven classical music sets (totaling 28 concerts per season), the Symphony produces a four-concert Pops series, three-concert Family series, youth concerts and an annual community concert. The Symphony's youth ensembles include: SRS Youth Orchestra, Young People's Chamber Orchestra, Repertory Orchestra and Preparatory Orchestra. Its Education programs, which reach nearly 23,000 students include: Simply Strings, Elementary School Listening Program, free concerts for youth in Weill hall and in schools, It's Elementary! music education in local schools. HISTORY: Founded by Music Director George Trombley in 1928, with 32 members, its first concert, held in the Elks Club in downtown Santa Rosa was so well-received that they moved to the much larger Santa Rosa High School auditorium, where they remained until 1982. The Symphony then performed at the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts, until the completion of the Green Music Center in 2012. Music Directors, in order: George Trombley 1928-1957, Corrick Brown 1957-1994, Jeffrey Kahane3 1995-2006, Bruno Ferrandis4 2006-201.7 Grants: Hewlett Foundation, the James Irvine Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, the Heller Foundation and the Community Foundation Sonoma County. Awards: Met Life Award for Community Engagement, 2002, for its collaboration with Santa Rosa High School on Sir Michael Tippett's A Child of Our Time multi-media performance project and documentary film. First place for adventurous programming from American Society of Composers Authors and Publishers 2012-2013. Member: Association of California Symphony Orchestras)(1 Petaluma Argus Courier: [327] New York Times: [328] SFGate: [329] [330] Wikipedia: Sonoma State University 2 [331] 3 [332] 4 [333] [334] [335] Reviews in Metropolitan paper, San Francisco's SFGate: [336] and [337] [338] StarkInsider: [339])
  • Scottish Fiddle Orchestra. Orchestra founded in 1980 performming traditional Scottish fiddle music live. Also 20+ CDs and video recordings [340]
  • Selectadisc - independent UK record store; branches in Nottingham, London and online
  • SongwriterLink - online songwriting collaboration community. [341]
  • - [342]
  • SoundRoutes Singers - Inspirational community choirs in Glasgow, Bearsden, Hamilton, Carluke and Motherwell; [343]
  • Spirit of San Antonio - [344] It's the marching band for The University of Texas at San Antonio, and as part of the University's efforts to become a bigger name in college football, this ensemble is challenged to keep up and attempt to become known in the world of College Marching Band. Many other Marching Ensembles have articles, this one should be included.
  • Spox Talk - political and social music
  • Sympho - [345]
  • Tap 'n' Tin - music venue, club/pub/bar; Chatham, Kent
  • The Other Guys (comedy octet) - a cappella group, mens octet, comedic group. The premier mens octet at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The group has a 50 year history and is credited with the creation of the famous "Morrow Plots Song," a comedic tribute to the University's experimental cornfield, the Morrow Plots. More information can be found at (
  • The Shalizi Group - The Shalizi Group has quickly become one of the top entertainment and management companies in the industry. We live to break boundaries which has allowed us to manage some of the top multi-genre recording artists, DJ/Producers, and songwriters which includes house hold names like Marshmello, Alesso, Jauz, Southside, Slushii and more. We support our growing roster through specialized in-house teams dedicated to talent management, digital marketing, merchandising, design, label services and brand development. TSG has partnerships with leaders in gaming, television, technology, consumer goods, fashion, and digital marketing, creating an ever-evolving platform for the success of our clients. [346]
  • Trap City - YouTube Channel dedicated to trap music
  • Tunguska Electronic Music Society created by several musicians and composers on the threshold of centenary of the Tunguska phenomenal catastrophe, in order to capture the public attention to such an extraordinary event.
  • Upton Bass String Instrument Co - [347] - Upton Bass specializes in building award-winning custom handmade double basses with designs developed over years of working closely with some of the worlds finest upright bass players, such as Gary Karr, Eric Revis, John Patitucci, Marc Johnson, Travis Book, Todd Parks, Lynn Seaton, etc.
  • Viola da Gamba Society of America - a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the support of activities relating to the viola da gamba in the United States and abroad. It is a society of approximately 1000 members, consisting of players, builders, publishers, distributors, restorers and others sharing a serious interest in music for viols and other early bowed string instruments, which has been existence since 1962. [348]
  • ViolinOPEN - an organization of violinists performing instrumental covers of popular music [349]
  • VogueFM - international online radio station and online community
  • Voices of Eden Gospel Choir - Gospel choir founded in 2005 at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte
  • Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corporation - California corporation, part of the Warner Music Group, registers songs with the U.S. Copyright Office and licenses music printing companies to reproduce text for its properites. No background article exists as of this writing. - B.C.Schmerker
  • Western Canadian Music Hall of Fame
  • Wilcox-Gay Corporation Manufacturer of radios, tape decks, reel-to-reel systems, televisions, police radios, record players, transcription recorders and a pioneer in home recording, recordio was there first line of hardware. [47]
  • Youth Empowered Action [350] A youth empowerment organization that runs youth activism summer camps. Relevant media articles are listed on their website.
  • Yakima Symphony Orchestra [351]
  • Zo Indigenous Forum [352]- An Indigenous Peoples organisation in Mizoram, India for the promotion and protection of human rights among the Zo Indigenous Peoples

Producers, sound engineers, etc.

Note: Electronic music DJs should be listed at Wikipedia:Requested articles/music/Performers and bands.



[377]; [378]



  • MitiS also known as Joseph Torre is a piano-driven melodic music producer, DJ, and trained as a classical pianists with millions of streams. MitiS released his debut album 'Til the end in 2018 and his latest album is Lost. He has released many singles since 2012 and has collaborated with multiple artists.



  • Saj Beatz - Bristol, England-based hip-hop and R&B producer; [536]
  • SANDHU JATT - Punjab, India based Pop, Hip-Hop and R&B Producer;
  • Sam Hulick - LA-based BAFTA nominated composer for film, TV, and video games; noted for his work on the Mass Effect video game series and already referenced in multiple articles on Wikipedia.
  • Santa Fe Pro Musica - Santa Fe performance organization; Classical Music, orchestra, chamber music, baroque period instruments [537]
  • Sara Carter (engineer) - British, female, mixing and mastering engineer. Coming from BBC radio in London and after working with countless artists, she now works with unsigned rock and indie bands from all over the world. She's previously worked with Adele, KT Tunstall, Kasabian, The Black Keys, A-ha, The Cure amongst many others. Not to be confused with the 1930's American Country music musician and singer Sara Carter. [538]
  • Snakestyle - electronica producer from London / Kent, UK [539]
  • Snoozer Sawatiking - Malawi-born producer; founder, Unique Records
  • Spence Mills - producer [540]
  • SPNCR - American EDM producer [541]
  • Srki Boy - Serbian composer and producer. [542]
  • Stevie Keyzz - American record producer for Willy Northpole
  • Syyn (also known as Aaron Johnson III) - American Dark wave / Electronic / House Music producer [543]
  • Tai K. Rotan (also known as TKRP) - hip-hop, R&B and ambient producer; produced " Came-Up" on album Can't Sell Dope Forever
  • TEMPHUiBIS - electronica producer; from Stratford, East London
  • The Fez! - experimental producer from Colchester, Essex
  • The Music Mag - unsigned band promotion in the UK; [544]
  • The Next Columbine - Controversial Metal Band Hitting The Media; [545]
  • Tim O'Heir - producer for Say Anything's ...Is a Real Boy
  • Tim "Timmy" Dawson - guitar engineering for the nickelback tours; plays as a special guest
  • Todd Wilkes - music publisher, song plugger, producer; secured recording contract for Josh Thompson
  • Tony May (born Ross Anthony May, 1937) - New York City recording engineer, songwriter and producer; engineering career spans many genres, included Broadway musicals, film soundtracks and television, and stretched from the 1950s analog tape mono era to early multi-track digital, as well as analog restorations and transfers to digital formats; many of his mid-1970s recordings were later sampled for rap and hip-hop ("Hot Wheels (The Chase)", from the soundtrack to the film Gordon's War; "It's Your Thing", from the Isley Brothers album It's Our Thing, to name two); [546]; [547]; (the links to these searches include results from the British photographer of the same name, which need to be disambiguated)
  • Trancephilic5 East African dance music Artist, Producer, Dj [548]
  • Tmonstarx Young Canadian Indie EDM Producer [549]
  • Trevor Kampmann Artist, Producer, and Mastering Engineer of many Temporary Residence and Teenbeat recordings including Explosions In The Sky's Those Who Tell the Truth Shall Die, Those Who Tell the Truth Shall Live Forever and Flin Flon's "Boo-B00" [550] Speaking for Trees [551]
  • Tre Nagella - record producer, engineered Kirk Franklin's Grammy winning albums, The Fight of My Life (2008), Hello Fear (2011) and Losing My Religion (2016), as well as albums with Erykah Badu and Tamela Mann; chief engineer, Luminous Sound in Dallas, TX, with Paul Loomis [552]
  • Trevor Kustiak - record producer, produced both Evans Blue albums, The Melody and the Energetic Nature of Volume (2006) and The Pursuit Begins When This Portrayal of Life Ends (2007), as well as their third album (2009); producer of debut album from Rains (Stories, 2009); co-owner, The Pocket Studios in Toronto, with Mari Dew and Mike Turner; former guitarist/songwriter, Cool for August
  • Umru Rothenberg (also known as umru) - electronic music producer, produced for Charli XCX and associated with PC Music, A.G. Cook and 100 gecs
  • Veteranbeatz - Atlanta Based Hip-Hop Producer from the San Francisco Bay Area; Credits: Lil Baby, Lil Duke, Career the Brain, Gaz The Rapper


Record labels



Alfa Moon, Inc.

  • Alfa Moon, Inc. - [570]
  • Alfa Music & Films - India based music label and production house; [571]
  • Ambition Records - [572]; Record label/store based in the UK specializing in the selling of records from Pop-Punk, Emo, Post-Hardcore genres and from bands such as Neck Deep, The Story So Far, Citizen, Enter Shikari, Basement etc.
  • Arsis Audio - A classical record label serving ECS Publishing Group. [573] [574] [575] [576] [577] [578]
  • Artifix Records - [579]; record label specializing in Southern California Punk Rock from 1976 to 1983. Label mentioned in several Wikipedia articles. See BAGS and CATHOLIC DISCIPLINE.
  • Authentik Artists - [580]; record label with worldwide digital distribution for independent acts
  • Bad Stain Records - [581]; Bad Stain Records in an independent record label based out of Phoenix, Arizona that started in 1996. Bad Stain has released 42 albums from over twenty bands, and was best known in the late 1990s for their compilation albums, primarily their “Punk Til Ya.....” series of compilation CD's that featured various popular independent and underground recording artists at the time, such as Less Than Jake, At The Drive In, FYP, The Weakerthans, Big Wig, Buckwild, and many more. The label was founded by twin brothers, Kris and Kelly Johnson, and Chase Rodgers (better known as Chase Stain) in 1995, although due to the fact that none of the three founders were 18 years old at the time, they did not legally obtain a business license until January 2nd, 1996. Chase Stain purchased the Johnson brothers portion of the label and became sole owner of Bad Stain Records in late 1996. The label has primarily focused on punk rock, pop punk, humorcore, post hardcore, anti-folk, skate punk, folk punk, anti-punk, rockabilly, hardcore, ska, and those musical styles closely related to the same genre. Active bands on the label include: Numbers On Napkins, Rose Sunshine, Johnny Laundromat and The Drycleaners, 946 West, Doping, Daisy Moonshine and Her Redneck Brothers, Chase Stain, Mr. Plow, and many more. The label is run by its President, Chase Stain, and Vice President, Stain's daughter, Nova Kaine Stain, as well as the rest of the staff, Moe Money, Johnny Laundromat, Justin Bleach, and “Mohawk” Brian. LIST OF BANDS ON BAD STAIN RECORDS: Numbers On Napkins / Johnny Laundromat and The Drycleaners / Rose Sunshine / Chase Stain / Doping / Daisy Moonshine and Her Redneck Brothers / Mr. Plow / 946 West / Ask The Man (ATM) / United Magnetics / Swallow This / The Imports / All Mouth No Trousers / Yellow Sloth Chicken Broth / Dirty Laundry / Subject Mad / D.I.X. / Left Right Combo / Corrupt Citizen / Scratch N’ Sniff [64] [65] [66] [67] [68]
  • Beatball Records - South Korean record label, often re-issuing back catalog material [582]
  • Beyond Music - defunct American record label founded by Allen Kovac, liquidated in 2002; released albums by Mötley Crüe, Blondie, Sponge, Yes, Anthrax, Better Than Ezra, and Sammy Hagar. Billboard article 1, Billboard article 2 Billboard article 3
  • Big Element Records - independent record label specializing in electro house, house, and progressive house; founded 2015 by Guatemalan electronic music DJ and producer Dj Toro; [583]
  • Birds, Orphans & Fools - [584]
  • Black Ledge Music - [585]
  • Redirect Blackened Recordings - Metallica's own independent label
  • Blotto Records - Blotto's independent record label
  • Blue Dream Music Group - Boutique Hip Hop Record Label, CEO: Dr. Jason Lakatos [586]
  • Brana Records - Legacy record label for the influential Polish-Brazilian pianist, Felicja Blumental. [587]
  • Boosweet Records Award-winning independent label based in Los Angeles California since 1999 [588]
  • Butown Entertainment - Established by Legendary producer Gary Miller (producer) [589]
  • Butterscotch Records - [590]
  • CalmDownKidder Records - chiptune net label; [591]
  • Casanova Records - is an American record company. Casanova was founded predominantly as a Hip-Hop music label in 1999. It later expanded its scope to include diverse musical genres including pop, alternative rock and rock. Historically, the label has housed popular acts such as Lost Factor, Here's To and Royale. [592], [593]
  • Chilled Cow
  • Chillhop Music
  • Cloud Hunter Records - [594]
  • Claremont 56 - independent label; from London, England; [595]
  • Columbus Discount Records - influential independent label operating through the early 2000s; Columbus, Ohio; Don Howland; Cheater Slicks; Psychedelic Horseshit; Dan Melchior; Times New Viking
  • Crash Records - independent label; from Oxford, England; [596]
  • Crossbill Records - independent label; based in Davis, CA; [597]
  • Crown Digital Records- independent label; [598]



  • Liming Records - Taiwanese label; produced bootleg versions of American and British albums during 1960s and 1970s
  • Lion's Den (label) - dub-oriented label from Berlin; [672]
  • Lone Starr Records - a southern rock regional Texas operated record label of the mid-1970s, mentioned in the Baby article and on its Discogs article. Cannot find a further trace on the web.
  • Lucidity Recordings (A global record label focusing on hip hop and modern day era music founded by young entrepreneur Ryan Grande' (15) and musician Erik Godlewski (17)) [673]; [674]
  • Liondub International A global record label focused primarily on Jungle music and Drum n' Bass founded in 2008 by popular Drum n' Bass DJ, Liondub. [675]; [676]


  • MUSICAL DEVILZ - An independent record label, Which provides free of cost releasing and give the artist 45% of their royalties.
  • Magick Eye Records - An independent music label focusing on dance/trance. Has released music from Another Green World, Astralasia, Black Hole, Children of Dub, Cybernaut, Flutatious, Magic Mushroom Band, Spacehopper, Spiralhead, SYT, Under the Honeytunnel, UVX. [677] [678] [679]
  • Magnetic Eye Records - NY label founded in 2011 by Greatdayforup and Ironweed guitarist Mike Vitali featuring artists such as Summoner, Mental Chaos, Ironweed, GirlsOnDrugs et al. which includes sublabel Nanobox Records, co-located in Chicago. This boutique label focuses heavily on vinyl releases and securing licensing placements in network television, films and video games as Greatdayforup and Ironweed have been featured on Xbox Major League Baseball 2K7 and Charlie Sheen 'sfinal appearance on CBS's Two and a Half Men respectively. In addition, the label works with emerging artists focused on new instrumentation and technologies such as Google Glass and work to partner with unusual collaborators such as the College for Nanoscale and Science Engineering. [680]
  • Maloof Records - 1920s American label devoted to Arabic music - had significant cultural impact but finding English-language sources is difficult. Perhaps there are some Arabic-language sources?
  • MBMi - Independent label; founded in 2012 by Bernard Alexander. This label's versatility has brought them recognition in a plethora of genres from Reggae, Hip Hop, EDM and even Soca. [681]





to compose and sing for several Bollywood Films, Television Shows, Punjabi Films, South Indian Films, and numerous Advertising Projects.) [786] [787] [788]

Schools and music education

  • Abstract Source - school for music production in London
  • The Broken Arrow High School Marching Band - [796]; 2006 & 2011 Bands of America Grand National Champions
  • Marshall University Marching Thunder - college marching band based in Huntington, West Virginia. Their history of shows, notable songs, notable alumni, past directors/current director (Adam Dalton), uniforms, etc...
  • Complete breathing (and other breathing techniques like costal and clavicular breathing)
  • Constant Wonder - Grammy nominated (?)
  • Free Music School - Founded by Mily Balakirev in 1862.
  • Fundação de Educação Artística in Belo Horizonte, Brazil
  • iMMe Records - Independent Label
  • Iris Daniel Engel School of Music - Children's music school in Orlando, FL established 1938, see [797]
  • Uwe Kind - German Educational Music Artist
  • Edna Mae Burnam, well-known and respected composer of children's pedagogical piano books, including the Dozen a Day series, and the Step by Step Piano Course.
  • Westminster Conservatory, a community music school in Princeton, NJ.
  • Hear and Play Music Group - specializes in the delivery of video based tutorials on learning contemporary piano playing with particular attention to the Gospel music genre. The company website claims to teach the students the ability to learn any song by ear after the tutorials have been completed. Hear and Play Music Group currently serves over 189,200 musicians in over 120 countries and provides up-to-date information and resources for gospel musicians all around the United States. ( website)
  • Ace Open University [798] - An On-line World Music and Art University, Watchung NJ.
  • Redirect Classically trained - Defining what constitutes being classically trained versus a self-taught method.
  • Gerstell Academy - private, nonsectarian independent leadership school in Finksburg, MD. Member of the MIAA B Conference [799]
  • Choral speaking - I'm not sure what this is exactly, but it is definitely a real thing.
  • Redirect Rickover Naval Academy - Rickover Naval Academy is a college preparatory school established in 2005 on the north side of Chicago [800].
  • Spode Music Week - There is a link on the page for Robert Sherlaw Johnson for Spode Music Week, which he used to be director of, but the link is marked 'page does not exist'. There definitely used to be an entry for Spode Music Week, so either there is some typing or direction error, or the article has been mistakenly removed. It should be easy to reinstate.
  • ASU College of Letters and Sciences (An academic unit of Arizona State University.) [82]
  • Regens chori (This appears to be a particular role in a choir. It appears in a handful of Wikipedia articles. For example, the article for Hans Richter, conductor.)
  • Tim Welch Vocal Studio [801] - a multi-style voice studio based out of NJ.

Stage musicals

  • Dracula Spectacula (sometimes spelt Dracula Spectacular) - [802]; often produced by amateur groups in the UK
  • The Black Suits (musical) - Music and lyrics by Joe Iconis. "A rock musical about a high school garage band on suburban Long Island trying to win The St. Anne's Battle of the Bands. The story of two teens and their struggle to learn how to be real friends as the inevitability of adulthood threatens to pull them apart. A musical about dreams, blood, Pop Tarts, records, drug runs, blue hair, the St. Anne's Battle of the Bands, and the undying transformative coolness of rock and roll music." - [803]
  • Supertown (musical) - 2014 musical premiering in Leeds in 2014, produced by LIDOS, written by James Sidgwick & Robert Sanders.
  • Fugitive Songs - 2010 musical; music and lyrics by Nathan Tysen and Chris Miller. A musical about six different people running from six different things.
  • USHERS: The Front of House Musical - 2014 musical; Music by Yiannis Koutsakos, Lyrics By James Oban and Book by James Rottger premiering at the Hope Theatre (London Fringe), Charing Cross Theatre and The Arts Theatre, London. A new and original musical about a group of ushers and their trials and tribulations as out of work actors. Produced by Kouban Productions Cast recording by SIMG Records.
  • Rebel Genius (musical) - 2019 musical; Music, Lyrics, and Book by Matthew Puckett, premiered at University of California, Los Angeles. A musical chronicling the life of Albert Einstein and his wife Mileva Maric

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