By Daniel R. Leal and J.D. Salozzo – January 26, 2019 12:29pmLehigh University, where I work as a music major, has recently launched a new music program called The New York Songbook, which features the works of some of the greatest musicians in the world, including John Williams and Eric Clapton.
The program is a great way to celebrate the life of these great composers.
The idea is that this program is meant to help people who are struggling to find a new voice and find their place in the music industry, as well as to help musicians who are trying to find work.
The program is free and open to all music majors and non-musicians.
I am a composer and an aspiring composer myself, so I am excited to be part of this program.
The New Yorker’s cover of John Williams’ “You’re Gonna Find Out,” which was one of the first pieces of music on The New Jersey School of Music’s website, has become my new anthem.
I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to showcase the great work of this great composer to a wider audience.
The New York School of Musicians’ program was created to address the need for a “New York Songwriter,” a name that can help attract new talent.
We’re seeking to fill the gaps in the talent pipeline by hiring students from the New York City and surrounding areas who have the ability to create music for both the commercial and personal sectors.
The NYSMS is one of a number of programs being launched around the country to fill this need.
To read more about the program and get more details on the program, click here .