Classical music blogs, journals and magazines

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  2. Classical music blogs

Classical music blogs, classical music journals and magazines; a list of websites

Journals and magazines *

A

Alte Musik Aktuell

The Arts Desk
Music, theatre and arts reviews.

B

BBC Classical Reviews

BBC Music Magazine 

C

Classica
Classical music news and reviews from Japan.

Classical Music Sentinel
A new website devoted to information and reviews on classical music recordings.

Classical News Today
Classical CD reviews, classical SACD reviews, classical DVD reviews. An online guide to classical music.

Classics Today France
French classical music reviews.

CMUSE
CMUSE is a music news and entertainment website. They provide you with facts, events and the latest breaking news and videos straight from the music industry.

Concerto

ConcertoNet.com
is a media company providing information, analysis and alert our members to pertinent information about classical music worldwide. Our mission is to connect the people of the classical music sector by providing information, analysis and inspiration.

E

Early Music Today 

F

Film Music Magazine

F Magazine,
a broadband music magazine. 

G

Gramophone
The Classical Music Magazine. Classical music news, reviews and events.

Gramophone Magazine blogs.

Guardian U.K.
Classical Review

Hortus Musicus

James Rhodes
James Rhodes is a concert pianist and has made television programmes for the BBC and Sky Arts. He tours extensively and has recorded three albums for Signum and Warner Brothers. The Telegraph

Kenneth Woods, conductor
A frequent broadcaster, his blog A View from the Podium is one of most popular classical blogs in the world today.

M

Musica Antiqua

Musical Criticism
A source for concert and opera reviews, articles and interviews on the web.

Music and Letters
Music & Letters is a leading international journal of musical scholarship, publishing articles on topics ranging from antiquity to the present day and embracing musics from classical, popular, and world traditions.

The Musical Quarterly

N

New Music Box
The web magazine of The American Music Center.

New York Times

R

Record Review
International Record Review. Includes a directory of links to record labels.

Rondo
Klassik-und-Jazz-Magazin

La Scena Musicale
Reviews and news.

S

Schott Music
Classical and contemporary music. Schott Musik International

Seen and Heard International
A site for concerts, operas & ballets.

Sequenza21
Contemporary classical music weekly.

Slipped Disc
Slipped Disc, founded by Norman Lebrecht, is an interactive classical music site that receives a constant flow of information from its readers around the world. If something happens in music, you are likely to read it here first.   they welcome readers’ comments and vigorous debate in the space below each item. The comments are moderated and sometimes redacted to provide a safe space for all readers.

Sondheim Review
Quarterly magazine dedicated to musical theater and Broadway’s foremost composer and lyricist, Stephen Sondheim.

 

Classical music blogs *

The Rest is Noise
Alex Ross

Sequenza21

Classical Music Blog

Classical Music Blogspot
A blog for classical music lovers everywhere.

Gramophone Magazine reviewer and editor blogs.

Think Denk

Off The Record
A contemporary composer’s blog by Osmo Tapio Raihala.

Jessica Duchen’s Classical Music Blog

Dial M for Musicology

About Last Night

Jeremy Denk, pianist

Musical Criticism

A Classical Music Perspective

Classical Iconoclast

Terminal Degree

Musical Perceptions

Ionarts

The Rambler

Soho the Dog

Aworks

Sounds & Fury

Stephen Hough, pianist (The Telegraph)

Deceptively Simple

The Standing Room

Slipped Disc (Norman Lebrecht)

The Concert

CSO Bass Blog

The Collaborative Piano Blog

Parterre Box

A View from the Podium

Renewable Music

Wolf Trap Opera

The Iron Tongue of Midnight

Musical Assumptions

Oboeinsight

Slipped Disc
Slipped Disc, founded by Norman Lebrecht, is an interactive classical music site that receives a constant flow of information from its readers around the world. If something happens in music, you are likely to read it here first.   they welcome readers’ comments and vigorous debate in the space below each item. The comments are moderated and sometimes redacted to provide a safe space for all readers.

The Well-Tempered Blog

An Unamplified Voice


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