Founded in 1903, the Seattle Symphony is one of America’s leading symphony orchestras and is internationally acclaimed for its innovative programming and extensive recording history. Under the leadership of Music Director Ludovic Morlot since September 2011, the Symphony is heard live from September…
Just announced….Burt Bacharach will be performing at Iveagh Gardens in Dublin, Ireland, on Saturday, July 20, 2019. Tickets went on sale Dec. 6 via Ticketmaster.
Burt Bacharach Returns to Dublin Musical legend Burt Bacharach will return to Dublin to play in the beautiful Iveagh Gardens. Recipient of three Academy Award and eight Grammy Awards, Burt Bacharach revolutionized the music of the 1950s and 60s.
Just announced…this summer, Burt Bacharach and his band will headline the final day of the 2019 Mostly Jazz, Funk & Soul Festival in Birmingham, England. Early bird tickets for the fest, which takes place Friday, July 12, to Sunday, July 14, in Birmingham’s Moseley Park, are now on sale.
According to the festival website, this is the last chance to purchase tickets at a discount. Once early bird tickets are sold out, prices will increase. For more info and to purchase tickets online, visit www.mostlyjazz.co.uk.
Burt and his band will be performing at the Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa in Rancho Mirage, California, on Jan. 12, 2019.
Burt Bacharach is coming to The Show at Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa!
Burt Bacharach and his band will perform at the Pala Casino Spa & Resort on Saturday, Feb. 23. For the latest news on Burt’s live appearances, visit the On Tour page.
Burt Bacharach has been one of the most-honored and successful composers for six decades. His music is as diverse as his audiences, spanning generations and continents, as he is celebrated both as a pop culture icon and one of the world’s greatest contemporary composers. Bacharach’s credits read like the world’s favorite radio stations’ playlist: “Alfie,” […]
Now 90, songwriter Burt Bacharach is doing everything he can to stop school shootings – Los Angeles Times
The man who wrote that song “I Say a Little Prayer” and hundreds more – songs that are part of the soundtrack of your life and the whole force of his own – that man, Burt Bacharach, is now asking for a little prayer and a little support from his fellow Americans for a cause that has moved him to tears, and to music.
Burt Bacharach and Rudy Pérez have co-written a new song dedicated to survivors of school gun violence. “Live to See Another Day” will be available on digital platforms, including Spotify and iTunes, starting on Sept. 21. Anyone who would like to donate to help eliminate violence in our schools through the Sandy Hook Promise Foundation can visit the Live To See Another Day donation page or www.sandyhookpromise.org. Thanks.
Music Icon Burt Bacharach Teams with Rudy Pérez for New Song Dedicated to Survivors of School Shootings
Proceeds from “Live To See Another Day” will be donated to Sandy Hook Promise, a national violence prevention organization founded by parents who suffered losses in the 2012 Newtown shooting
Recorded in Hollywood, New York City and Vancouver, British Columbia, it combines classic Costello songcraft with vintage Attractions/Imposters musicality and sophisticated orchestrations. There’s a jazzy feel in parts plus co-writes with Burt Bacharach (Don’t Look Now and Photographs Can Lie) and Carole King (Burnt Sugar Is So Bitter).
A living music legend took to the stage of the Royal Festival Hall this weekend. Burt Bacharach performed a superb two-hour concert, combining an equal mix of his era-defining pop music, film scores and a few new pieces. “It’s a tough time,” he explained midway through.
?????He’s still out there. Two grand old men of popular music – Charles Aznavour (94) and the jazz pianist Ahmad Jamal (a mere 88) – cancelled concerts for health reasons recently.