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New annual fund manager joins Center, Songbook Foundation
Madison Miazgowicz brings experience in fundraising, social media
Songbook Exhibit Gallery reopens to visitors
Next exhibit, comparing 1920s to 2020s, will open in November
New development officer joins Center, Songbook Foundation
Ana Hammersley brings experience in performing arts fundraising
Arts Commission grant supports Songbook Foundation initiatives
State and federal funding aimed at promoting community engagement
Songbook Academy events free for public viewing
Schedule includes daily events July 18-23, final showcases Aug. 6-8
Broadway, recording stars to mentor at Songbook Academy 2021
Public events will include livestreamed talkbacks, masterclasses July 18-23
A stack of vintage sheet music shows the song titles "What Wouldn't I Do for That Man" and "Brother, Can You Spare a Dime."
Songbook Foundation receives NEA grant
'Roaring ’20s' gallery exhibit will feature items from vast archives
Feinstein surprises Manchester onstage with Hall of Fame award
Concert presentation previews formal induction events in September
Songbook Academy 2021 names Top 40 national finalists
Summer music intensive will take place online with free public performances
Virtual conference to rethink Broadway’s Golden Age
Scholars, performers from around the world will gather in May for StageStruck!
Donny Osmond and Andy Williams chat during a mid-1960s episode of "The Andy Williams Show."
Donny Osmond, Michael Feinstein remember Andy Williams
New episode of "In the Archives" video series premieres tonight
Center and Foundation name new VP of Development
Kendra Latta has served as Director of Individual Giving since 2018