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A jazz concert, taped at the famed Storyville Jazz Hall in New Orleans, featuring singer Sarah Vaughan performing with top horn players. Broadcast as a presentation of "Cinemax Sessions."
Art Department (special)
Blondie play a live concert at New York City's John Jay College, the song selection of which comes from viewers who call in their own requests using a toll-free phone number.
Daryl Hall and John Oates take center stage for an evening of live music. During the program, they take song requests via a special toll free telephone number.
Live coverage of this annual event celebrating top honors in music features performances by John Mayer, Norah Jones, Avril Lavigne, Bruce Sprinsteen and the E Street Band, No Doubt, Eminem, Coldplay and Faith Hill.
To support their "Forty Licks" album, the legendary band throws a live concert in New York.
Live coverage of the 57th annual Tony Awards presentation, saluting the shows and stars of the 2002-2003 Broadway season.
The 1935 American classic opera by George Gershwin in collaboration with Ira Gershwin and DuBose and Dorothy Heyward tells of a love affair between an old beggar and a beauty from Catfish Row, a 1920s Charleston, South Carolina, slum.
An entertainment special that kicks off the festivities surrounding the Super Bowl. The program includes music performances and interviews with celebrities and NFL players.
Rock group The Bee Gees performs live and takes song requests from viewers via a special 800-telephone number.
American soprano Renee Fleming presents an intimate musicale, a program of classical favorites and standard American tunes.
Live concert featuring Neil Diamond performing songs requested by viewers.
Celebrities honor musician John Lennon in a concert to benefit the American Red Cross, September 11th Fund, International Association of Fire Fighters, New York Fraternal Order of Police WTC Fund, The National Organization for Victim Assistance, and The Twin Towers Fund, in addition to the Violence
NFL stars and celebrities from movies and music compete in a game of tag football for the coveted MTV Rock'N Jock Football trophy.
Country music star Loretta Lynn performs live from Nashville, Tennessee, and takes song requests from viewers via a special 800-telephone number.
A collaborative rendition of Tchaikovsky's "Nutcracker 2slat." The performance features the New York Philharmonic, under the direction of Leonard Slatkin, interspersed with movements from the Ellington/Strayhorn arrangement, performed by the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra and Wynton Marsalis.
Elton John takes song requests via a special 800-telephone number.
Highlights of the Lincoln Center Festival, including African pop superstar Youssou N'Dour and his band, Super Etoile; La Scala Ballet dancing Luciano Cannito's "Amarcord" (inspired by the Fellini film); Roland Petit's "Carmen," featuring Alessandra Ferri; Cirque Plume from France; and Midsummer Nigh
Analysis and overview of the 2001 MTV Video Music Awards, including interviews with celebrities who attended at Radio City Music Hall.
Coverage of the Mostly Mozart Festival, celebrating its 35th anniversary. The concert includes performances of Mozart's "Piano Concerto No 22" and "Requiem."
The New York City Opera presents Puccini's "La Boheme," about the lives and loves of a group of young Bohemians in Paris (reset at the outbreak of World War I).
A "VH1 Divas" benefit concert performance featuring Aretha Franklin from Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
A "VH1 Divas" benefit concert special, featuring a tribute to Diana Ross from Madison Square Garden in New York City.
Live coverage of the 42nd annual Grammy Awards presentation from the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
Special featuring male singers in a benefit concert from Madison Square Garden.
The Eurythmics perform live from Sony Studios in Manhattan and take requests from viewers via phone and the internet.
Live coverage of the VH1/Vogue Fashion Awards presentation from the Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
Music director Kurt Masur and guest soloist Dame Kiri Te Kanawa headline the broadcast of the opening night of the New York Philharmonic's 2000-2001 season from Lincoln Center.
Violinist Itzhak Perlman performs with the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra and pianist Rohan De Silva at Lincoln Center's Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse.
Country music artist Trisha Yearwood performs live from Sony Music Studios in Manhattan and takes requests from fans by telephone and e-mail.
Giacomo Puccini's three-act opera, "Tosca," based on the play by Victorien Sardou. This production is set in Mussolini's Fascist Rome in the 1930s. There, the destinies of the prima donna Tosca, her lover Cavardossi, a leftist painter, and the sinister police chief Scarpia are intertwined.
Telecast of Arthur Miller's play, "Death of a Salesman," from the stage of the Eugene O'Neill Theater in New York City. Reveals the tragedy of one man and his family, and what happens to them as they get caught up in the pressures and delusions of trying to live the American Dream. A traveling sales
Willie Nelson stars in a "Live by Request" concert from Sony Studios in New York City. Viewers make requests via a toll-free number and over the Internet.
Analysis and overview of the 2000 MTV Video Music Awards, including interviews with celebrities who attended at Radio City Music Hall.
Live presentation of the 2000 New York's Village Halloween Parade. The theme of this year's parade is "Sci Fi."
Don Henley in concert from Dallas, Texas.
Singer/songwriter k.d. lang performs live from the John Jay College Center in New York City. Viewers can request songs via a special 800 telephone number.
The Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra and Wynton Marsalis celebrate 100 years of Louis Armstrong, the first great soloist in jazz, with a series of concerts featuring Armstrong originals, songs with which he was closely associated and other classic tunes from the era in which he came of age -- 1920s New
Soprano Renee Fleming, baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky and the Orchestra of St. Luke's, under the direction of Mark Elder, perform in the opening night gala of the 35th anniversary season of Lincoln Center's Great Performers series. The first half of the program features Fleming and Hvorostovksy perfor
Live concert special featuring 'N Sync from Madison Square Garden in New York City, as part of the "No Strings Attachd" U.S. Tour.
Reba McEntire performs live from Sony Music Studios in Manhattan and takes requests from viewers by telephone and e-mail.
Country music star Vince Gill performs live before a studio audience at Sony Music Studios in New York City. Viewers request songs by phone and by the internet.
The New York Philharmonic with conductor Kurt Masur, and special guests, the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra with conductor Wynton Marsalis present a tribute to jazz legend Duke Ellington from Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall in New York City. Includes selections from Edvard Grieg's "Peer Gynt" cond
Live celebration to ring in the year 2000 from Washington, DC. The program includes the premiere of Steven Spielberg's "The Unfinished Journey," an 18-minute documentary celebrating America over the last century. Also features "The Midnight Moment," a light-and-sound display emanating from the area
The New York City Opera presents "Lizzie Borden," an opera about the unsolved murders of the parents of Lizzie Borden.
Kenny Rogers performs before a live audience in New York City. Viewers request songs by a toll-free number and over the Internet.
The New York City Ballet performs Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky's "Swan Lake" from the stage of the New York State Theater at Lincoln Center.
Earth, Wind and Fire perform live from Sony Music Studios in New York. Viewers request via telephone and the internet.
Top female voices perform on stage for one night only from the Beacon Theater in New York City to benefit VH1 Save the Music, a pro-social initiative that supports music education in public schools.
A presentation of the opening night of the Mostly Mozart Festival from the stage of Avery Fisher Hall at New York's Lincoln Center.
Live presentation of Janet Jackson in concert, on the last American stop of her Velvet Rope Tour from Madison Square Garden in New York City.
Tony Bennett performs live from Sony Music Studios in Manhattan as viewers request songs by a toll-free 800 number and over the Internet. Also features guest artists performing in honor of Tony Bennett's 50th anniversary in the entertainment industry.
Live coverage of the Goodwill Games Opening Celebration from the World Financial Center in New York.
Adaptation of William Shakespeare's play about a young woman who poses as a boy and the complications that ensue when another young woman becomes infatuated with her. Look-alike sister Viola and brother Sebastian are shipwrecked and each presumes the other dead. Viola lands in the kingdom of Illyria
Gloria Estefan performs live from New York City. Viewers request songs in English and Spanish by a toll-free number and over the internet.
Wynton Marsalis, artistic director of Jazz at Lincoln Center, conducts and performs with the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra in a program of jazz concertos, live from Avery Fisher Hall in New York City.
Country music star Garth Brooks in a live concert from the North Meadow of Central Park in New York City.
A live presentation of the annual Tony Awards, honoring excellence in the theater.
A live presentation of the Tony Awards honoring excellence in the theater.
Coverage of the 1992 Winter Olympic Games from Albertville, France.
A presentation of the 72nd Miss America Pageant from Atlantic City.
A live presentation of the 1991 Antoinette Perry (or "Tony") Awards honoring outstanding achievement in the Broadway theater.
Nineteen-day, 179-and-a-half-hour coverage of the 1988 Summer Olympic Games from Seoul, Korea.
Film Production - Main (special)
Jonathan Winters is awarded the Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize at the second annual Kennedy Center Celebration of American Humor in Washington, D.C.
Film Production - Lighting/Electrical (special)
Concert celebrating 20th century American music to benefit VH1's Save the Music program, which raises funds to re-establish music programs at schools.
Misc. Crew (special)
MTV ushers in the New Year 2002 from its Times Square Studios in New York with music performances and party festivities.
Live coverage of an awards event commemorating sports in the 20th century, from Madison Square Garden in New York City. Celebrities of the entertainment world salute the century's most exceptional stars of the sports world.
Special that features musical performance highlights from Woodstock 99 in Rome, New York.
Writer (TV Mini-Series)
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