Posts Tagged “music”

Ways To Attend Broadway Workshops

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Broadway theatres are theatrical performances which are the top-most commercial performances in the world of theatre. There are several Broadway workshops conducted in many schools to boost the skills of kids and motivate them who are interested in joining the acting industry. It does not matter where you live, if you want to be a part of Broadway, they will provide several options for you to reach them. A student can take the advantages of these workshops in many ways.

Performance Workshops – In this workshop, experienced performers from the theatre itself teach and guide the students to their acts. You can get the chance to ask any queries from the featured person who is interacting with your group. You might even get the opportunity to listen to the personal story of the cast member and their journey to Broadway.

Plan to visit Broadway show – The teachers can plan to take the students to the show in New York City. It is advised that the bookings should be made in the off season so you can get heavy discounts.

Online Broadway shows – If you can’t go to New York, then workshops are available online at various websites. These websites offer lesson plans and resources to study theatre. Teachers can access the scripts, music, books and several other resources to further help the students.

For college students – College students can avail the websites for registering for membership to gain access to workshops, concerts and other events of Broadway. Theatre can be an active part of their life with these websites.

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Trove of Music – Rediscovering the Lost Tunes

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Since its founding in 2008, Trove of Music has aimed to celebrate the cultural artifacts and inspire its subscribers to engage deeply with–and ultimately create–culture which enriches life and broadens experience. Our hope is to be a place of conversation through an amalgamation of lost art, culture, music and entertainment and any other form of media that expresses the sound of the human heart. We are inviting entries to celebrate the something lost, that you recently discovered. Here’s how to go about it.

1. Sign up on and send us your style and content.
2. Send us a pitch (200-250 words) of the yet-to-be-written article.
3. Now sit back and wait to hear from our curators at troves at music

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