Not to be confused with addictions to drugs, alcohol or other negative vices, this show concept will explore several broad aspects of any addiction. The program will portray moments of yearning and
Sophisticated harmonic voicing inspired by the distinct sound of Leonard Bernstein.
Institutions for the insane have long been the backdrop of suspense, horror and supernatural fiction. Corridors of padded rooms, dark basements and barred windows prey on some of our deepest phobias. The
One of the most famous civilizations of the ancient world is portrayed in this dynamic show about the legendary Middle East. Famous elements of this lost world are explored throughout, and the show
This show will take your audience on a journey through parts of The Bells, a poem by Edgar Allen Poe. Brilliant scoring of metallic colors match each of the silver, gold and iron bells movements.
Blueprint builds a structure for your audience's eyes and ears. Various motifs add onto themselves as a building grows from the ground up. There are numerous opportunities for props and floor
Hot nights and cool jazz! This great jazz show has a roaring opener, followed by a smooth ballad featuring a trombone soloist.
Here is a brilliant sonic illustration of the physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual roadblocks that make up the human condition. Flex your creative muscles while adding form, body,
A lush closer for any show!
This passionate Spanish production is dripping with masculine melodic and rhythmic motifs, perfect for a drumline seeking a vehicle for individuality. Consider adding a solo or small ensemble of dancers to
The Once and Future King! The characters of one of the world's most famous legends come to life. Each movement portrays the story of these characters as they struggle in the lost land of Camelot.
Fire the cannons! This clever and challenging arrangement combines the popular melodies from Pachelbel's Canon in D and Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture, providing your audience with a familiar
This arrangement of Bizet's most famous opera gives you the option to have the characters from the opera bring drama to the floor or can be a loose interpretation with simple colors and movement to
Each year the Carnaval festival in Rio de Janeiro boasts as eclectic blend of Latin music and dancing. Enjoy a day in Rio as this show takes your audience through morning, noon, and night at Carnaval!
Step into a black unknown in "The Cave". At first we hear the gentle, endless echoes at the mouth of the cave, then are violently plunged into the unpredictable world of darkness, beauty and foreboding
A journey through space and time, this show begins with a haunting melody that explodes into a fierce race through the stars. The middle movement of this show provides ample opportunity for featuring your
Explore how scientific and human elements interact with each other in this sophisticated program "Chemistry". A great variety of musical phrasing and colors is used throughout the entire percussion section
One of the world's most universal and sensational battles of the mind, the game of chess carries great emotion and drama. This production embodies the attack, the preparation, and the final sequence of
Make a refreshing return to basics by reintroducing your students and audience to these timeless French classics. It's the ideal soundtrack of an an impressionist view of Paris, one
Music has long been an element of revolution, be it artistic or political. Just as these creative uprisings revolve around an idea, we weave the cyclical element of motion with the revolutionary sounds of
Color and melody have gone hand-in-hand for centuries. Beautifully woven geographical and stylistic melodies blend perfectly with three simple colors, ready for your visual team's ideas. This show is so
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