Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Transcripts - *PRESS RELEASES
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The following press release was created for Warner Bros. Records:
Reprise to Release Multi-Format Trading Cards with
“Lord of the Rings” Sdtrk.
Limited Edition Cards Available with CD or On Web
HOLLYWOOD – In preparation for the Holiday season release of New Line Cinema’s star-
studded adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkein’s “Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring,”
Reprise Records is releasing a special limited edition set of Lord of the Rings trading cards.
Depicting favorite characters such as Bilbo Baggins (Ian Holm), Frodo (Elijah Wood), Arwen
(Liv Tyler) and Gandalf the Wizard (Ian McKellen), these six cards will be available in both
analog and digital formats. One card will be included with a special edition of the soundtrack
to the forthcoming blockbuster. All six will be available on line at www.lordoftherings-
Working like digital postcards, each collectable card can be emailed and instant messaged to
friends through a special notice that notifies the receiver where to find the card(s). Cards can
also be permanently downloaded into fans’ personal collections.
For those Hobbit fans who purchase the special edition CD package, a seventh card will
become available through a special CD-ROM link which comes on the audio CD. This extra
special bonus card depicts Grammy® award-winning artist Enya who has composed and
performs two new songs on the soundtrack. One of these new tracks, “May it Be,” is also
downloadable on the website, as are streaming excerpts of Howard Shore’s score, featuring
the additional talents of Elizabeth Fraser and Edward Ross.
Once any or all of the cards have been downloaded, they can be “traded” with friends through
email or instant messaging.
“Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring” hits theatres December 19, 2001. The limited
edition soundtrack is scheduled for release on November 20. The downloadable cards are
available right now!
The following press release was created for WBCN, a CBS Radio affiliate in Boston:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Chachi Loprete
PHONE: (617) 266-1111
WBCN LAUNCHES NEW WEB SITE
www.wbcn.com now features live DJ interaction and many new surprises!
After a bit of retooling and some bold new design, WBCN’s website is now the biggest, most
state of the art radio site in Boston. From local rock to world tours, www. wbcn. com has
everything you need to hear and know here and now.
Thanks to the new wbcn.com, web lovers can now get the Rock of Boston electronically,
finding out what’s playing on ‘BCN right now and what shows are coming to town in the next
few months. The concert listings are fully cross-referenced and include links to both venue
and band sites, when available. Visitors can even download top ‘BCN tunes directly from the
‘BCN site! The new site also lets you see and talk to on-air talents with live DJ links and the
infamous “studio cam.”
In addition to great music and music-related information, the new site for the home of the New
England Patriots also has links to all of Boston’s sports teams and to CBS Sportsline. Games,
web cards and screen savers are also available. Movement around the site is easier than
ever and participation is encouraged through special contests and polls and membership in
the new E-Rock Network.
WBCN is owned and operated by CBS Radio, the nation’s largest radio broadcaster, which
owns and operates 77 stations in 16 markets, including 64 stations in top 10 markets.
The following press materials were created for Terezin Chamber Music Foundation:
Terezin Chamber Music Foundation presents their annual gala September 22, 2008 at 6:30
PM at Boston’s Colonnade Hotel (120 Huntington Avenue).
Event features performances by pianist Simone Dinnerstein and an improvisational multi-media
collaboration between painter Jim Shantz and the Hawthorne String Quartet.
Tickets for the event are $150 each and can be purchased by calling: (857) 222-TCMF (8263).
For digital photos and more information about TCMF programs, please contact
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Mark Ludwig
PIANIST SIMONE DINNERSTEIN AND PAINTER JIM SHANTZ
TO PERFORM AT TEREZIN CHAMBER MUSIC FOUNDATION GALA
CELEBRATE THE LEGACY: AN EVENING OF MUSIC & PAINTING
TO TAKE PLACE AT BOSTON’S COLONNADE HOTEL SEPTEMBER 22, 2008
BOSTON - On Monday, September 22, 2008, pianist Simone Dinnerstein will perform J. S.
Bach’s Goldberg Variations to benefit the Terezin Chamber Music Foundation’s
(www.terezinmusic.org) Holocaust education and chamber music commission programs.
Visual artist Jim Schantz will also create an improvisational painting inspired by the Hawthorne
String Quartet’s live performance of Hans Krása’s String Quartet. The gala event will take place
at the Colonnade Hotel in Boston. For digital photos and more information about TCMF
programs, please contact email@example.com.
“The evening will be a celebration of creativity – both in a Terezin and contemporary context,”
says TCMF founding director Mark Ludwig, referring to the WWII camp where the Nazis kept
the most artistic prisoners as propaganda showpieces for international visitors. “TCMF supports
the emerging voices of our time in memory of those who were silenced.”
Since her recital debut at Carnegie Hall in 2005, Simone Dinnerstein has continued to garner
acclaim throughout the world. Her premiere 2007 CD on Telarc – a recording of Goldberg
Variations – debuted at the top of the Billboard Traditional Classical Chart and made a number
of critics’ “Best of 2007” lists. Known for what The New York Times calls “an utterly distinctive
voice,” Dinnerstein received the Classical Recording Foundation award in 2006 and 2007.
Working in the tradition of the Hudson River School of painting, Jim Schantz is a Berkshire
resident whose works have been displayed and featured in exhibition in major museums and
private collections around the world, including the Berkshire Museum, the Springfield Museum
of Fine Arts, the Harrison Gallery in Williamstown and Pucker Gallery in Boston.
Since its inception in 1986, the Hawthorne String Quartet (which consists of Boston Symphony
Orchestra members violinists Ronan Lefkowitz and Si-Jing Huang, violist Mark Ludwig, and
cellist Sato Knudsen) has performed all over the world, including appearances at such major
festivals as Tanglewood, Ravinia and Aspen. Appointed Quartet-In-Residence at Boston College
in 1998, HSQ has distinguished itself internationally by championing the works of composers
who perished in the Holocaust. In addition to working with Schantz, HSW has also collaborated
with Christopher Hogwood, Ned Rorem, Andre Previn, Sir Simon Rattle, Yo-Yo Ma, Joshua
Bell, Lynn Harrell, Marta Argerich and the Philobolus Dance Company.
To view an improvisational performance by Schantz and the HSQ, go to
http://bcm.bc.edu/issues/spring_2007/linden_lane/from-life.html, then click on Hawthorne
String Quartet located on left margin under "Videos."
The Terezin Chamber Music Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving and
advancing the resilience of the human spirit as expressed in and inspired by the music and art
created in the Terezin concentration camp. TCMF encourages the commission of chamber music
compositions by emerging composers. These commissions will form an ongoing contribution to
the chamber music repertoire and serve as agents of inspiration, healing, and transformation for
future generations of artists and audiences. Ongoing TCMF commission projects include
collaborations with Dawn Upshaw, Prague Spring Festival, Simone Dinnerstein, Garrick
Ohlsson, Michael Ward-Bergeman, and Nico Muhly.
The evening will begin with a buffet and wine at 6:30 PM, followed by the performances at 7:30
PM and concluding with a dessert reception with the artists. Tickets are $150 each and can be
purchased by calling: (857) 222-TCMF (8263). For digital photos and more information
about TCMF programs, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.