From Laurey and Curly in the surrey with the fringe on top, to Maria atop her mountain, classic images in brand new formats grace the covers of a dozen Rodgers & Hammerstein songbooks published by Williamson Music. Read more →

Summer is a banner season for The R&H Concert Library, as hundreds of orchestras across the country take their music outdoors and perform in parks, bandshells and amphitheatres. Read more →

"CAROUSEL will be 50 next year, but as of this morning it is the freshest, most innovative musical on Broadway." Read more →

On Saturday March 19 on Manhattan's Upper West Side, Symphony Space presented its 24th annual day-long "Wall to Wall" concert symposium event, this year devoted to the words and music of Irving Berlin. Read more →

Its challenging, innovative form has made ALLEGRO controversial ever since it opened on Broadway in 1947. Read more →

For fifty years the name on the front door has read ""Rodgers & Hammerstein."" Read more →

In October, Agnes de Mille died in her home in New York City at the age of 88. Read more →

Although it has been nearly 35 years since Rodgers & Hammerstein's final collaboration, THE SOUND OF MUSIC, took the Great White Way by storm, it was in fact a new Rodgers & Hammerstein musical that ushered in the fall season on Broadway Read more →

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