Harold Wheeler, music director for ABC's hit "Dancing With the Stars," is already well into rehearsal at 9:15 a.m. Monday with his 17-piece band and quartet of singers for that night's live, two-hour…
Marvin Hamlisch -- the '70s wunderkind who won Oscars for "The Way We Were" and "The Sting" and went on to conquer Broadway with "A Chorus Line" -- is back. And his music for "The Informant" is…
New Orleans in the early part of the 20th century - the setting of Disney's animated "The Princess and the Frog" - is territory that composer Randy Newman has trod before.
The Dallas Symphony Orchestra's recent announcement of a two-year project celebrating modern film music and its composers -- including the commissioning of six new orchestral works -- represents the…
At 53, John Debney is one of just a handful of feature film composers today who worked his way up the system.
For the first time in more than a decade, composers and lyricists working in film, TV and videogames are considering unionization.
Sunday's Ennio Morricone concert at the Hollywood Bowl has been abruptly cancelled.
Vic Mizzy, who composed the indelible theme music for "The Addams Family" and "Green Acres" died Saturday in Los Angeles. He was 93.
Until fairly recently, it was difficult to find a symphony orchestra willing to play movie music in concert.
Emmycast producer Don Mischer hopes to shake up the status quo -- along with the audience at the Nokia Theater on Sept. 20 -- by reinstating a long-held but recently forgotten Emmy tradition: live…
Can lightning strike twice? Rob Marshall, who took the seemingly unfilmable Broadway musical "Chicago" to Oscar-winning heights in 2002, is expected by many to do the same for "Nine."