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Classical Music Magazine

(1 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 12 issues per year The must-read magazine of the classical music profession, with news, analysis, features and latest jobs. Meet the people who make it happen and get backstage – with Classical Music.

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Classical Music  |  September 2017  


The ISM takes a look at the challenges and opportunities facing the profession as the uncertainties of Brexit loom and concerns about education policy cast a deep shadow over the future of music in schools. Professor Linda Merrick examines the importance of EU relations for students and staff at our leading music colleges; Vanessa Reed, Alpesh Chauhan and Chi-Chi Nwanoku on how the music industry is addressing issues of equality and diversity; Mark Pemberton on free movement of musicians; and Julian Lloyd Webber, Barry Ife and Paul Harris on arts education in schools.

Plus, Nordic Music Days makes its UK debut; Elgar’s birthplace museum reopens under the National Trust; Classic FM celebrates 25 years; practical strategies for managing performance anxiety; and Music Venue Trust on the need to protect and improve grassroots music venues.
The must-read magazine of the classical music profession, with news, analysis, features and latest jobs. Meet the people who make it happen and get backstage – with Classical Music.

• Engaging interviews, product reviews and in-depth news reports.
• Essential music news so you can keep up to date with your industry.
• Recruitment listings to keep you informed of new job vacancies as they are announced.
• Free supplements including Festivals, Summer Schools, Competitions, Scholarships and Strings.
• Free monthly e-bulletins with breaking news, editor’s concert picks and competitions.

Classical Music is published by Rhinegold Publishing Ltd
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   Packed with interesting features from the Classical Music world Reviewed Wednesday, 4 January 2017
Love reading this magazine for the latest news as well as interviews and 'regular' features.
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Classical Music   |   September 2017   


The ISM takes a look at the challenges and opportunities facing the profession as the uncertainties of Brexit loom and concerns about education policy cast a deep shadow over the future of music in schools. Professor Linda Merrick examines the importance of EU relations for students and staff at our leading music colleges; Vanessa Reed, Alpesh Chauhan and Chi-Chi Nwanoku on how the music industry is addressing issues of equality and diversity; Mark Pemberton on free movement of musicians; and Julian Lloyd Webber, Barry Ife and Paul Harris on arts education in schools.

Plus, Nordic Music Days makes its UK debut; Elgar’s birthplace museum reopens under the National Trust; Classic FM celebrates 25 years; practical strategies for managing performance anxiety; and Music Venue Trust on the need to protect and improve grassroots music venues.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Classical Music magazine print subscription.
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