The GRAMMY Foundation’s Living Histories program preserves on videotape the life stories of music industry pioneers who helped create the history of recorded sound. Individual oral histories and profiles of key individuals are available for research and educational purposes and is utilized by the GRAMMY Foundation to develop programs that tell the unique stories of our shared musical history through the unfiltered voices of key contributors and visionaries in the field.
The NAMM Organization, which is the worldwide trade group for all musical instrument makers and retailers, also has a global outreach to music education. As a part of that, there is the Oral History Series where NAMM captures the inspiring stories of our most innovative and influential artists. These videotaped interviews are not sold but made available, free of charge, to music educators, scholars and teachers everywhere.
HEY, WINTERTHUR! PREPARE TO BE BLOWN AWAY!
JOSE’S COMING TO TOWN!
Feliciano will formally present a “multi-media” announcement of his projects slated for release during 2015, including “Latin Street MMXV,” a “Tri-lingual fingerprint of my music as it’s developed over the past 30 years;” a live album celebrating the centennial of the great Les Paul entitled, “Happy Birthday, Les!” and Feliciano’s most challenging work, “Mozart’s Castrato Arias,” a collection of operatic arias for castrati by Wolfgang Mozart performed with the Sofia Symphonic Orchestra and featuring Soprano Arno Raunig. In this collection of Mozartian arias, Feliciano performs the pieces on classical acoustic guitar; a feat never before accomplished.
This and more….
Springtime in the Austrian outskirts of Vienna!
An Open Air concert in the Pukerskdorf Plaza can claim to be one of the most charming venues anywhere!