Launches Innovative Song-Search Engine for Singers, Voice Teachers, Theater Pros, Students and Scholars

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Search thousands of musical theater songs. Find the perfect song for an audition, show or class by entering voice type, mood, key, range and many other criteria.

The right song, quickly and easily, for auditions, performances and study

•    Thousands of songs spanning more than 150 years of musical theater

  •     Search by voice, mood, key, tempo and many other criteria
  •     The right song, quickly and easily, for auditions, performances and study
  •     Founded and curated by veteran conductor and musical theater expert, founded by a veteran Broadway conductor and arranger, has launched an Internet-based song discovery engine that speeds and streamlines the process of finding musical theater songs for students, teachers, performers, musical theater professionals and scholars. is subscription-based site that offers a database of thousands of song titles spanning more than 150 years of musical theater. The site makes it easy to find a song to suit someone’s exact needs. Users enter up to 20 criteria, including voice type, key, range, mood and more. In return, they get a precisely tailored list of suggested song titles plus information on how to obtain the sheet music and recordings. It's ideal for anyone trying to find the right song for an audition, performance, voice lessons or study.

“Our database is both broad and deep and it’s constantly growing,” said founder Steven Gross. “We have titles to suit a variety of needs and tastes, from well-known standards to rarities that are just waiting to be rediscovered. There’s nothing like it, on-line or off.” launched earlier this year and drew acclaim from music educators and performers, who immediately recognized the benefits of this unique tool. In addition to attracting individual subscribers, the site has drawn interest from a number of universities, several of whom are in the process of bringing to their theater students and researchers through their campus libraries. is constantly building its database, working through libraries and in partnership with music publishers and some of today’s top musical theater composers and lyricists.

About Steven Gross -- With more than 20 years of experience, musician-turned-tech entrepreneur Steven has worked on Broadway and the West End as a music director, conductor, pianist, sub and vacation conductor on such shows as The Life, Urinetown, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Chicago, Miss Saigon, The Wedding Singer, Saturday Night Fever and Dreamgirls and on the New York City Opera productions of A Little Night Music, Sweeney Todd, The Most Happy Fella and Candide. He has conducted the European premieres of The Life, Urinetown, Falsettos, Beehive, Forever Plaid, Closer Than Ever, Flora the Red Menace and other works. He also works extensively as a classical conductor and has appeared with many national and international opera companies, symphony orchestras and festivals. Steven has collaborated on new musicals with Award-winning composers including Benny Andersson & Bjorn Ulvaeus, Cy Coleman, David Friedman and Mark Hollmann. He also works as an orchestrator and arranger for many symphony orchestras, television, radio, video and on-line stations. Steven holds a Doctor of Musical Arts in Conducting from Yale University and is a Fulbright and Rotary Scholar. He has extensive experience working in academia as a clinician, guest artist and professor.

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