About La Scena Musicale
La Scena Musicale
In its 5 years of publishing, the free non-profit magazine La Scena Musicale has become an integral part of the Canadian cultural scene.
As La Scena Musicale begins its sixth year of operation, it is keen on continuing and improving its services and activities:
Free Print magazine - 40,000 monthly copies and growing
Canadian Classical Music Calendar (in print and on the internet)
LSM Newswire (Press Release service on the internet)
Classical Music News Database (internet)
Classical Music Webcast Scheduler (internet)
Concert Reviews (internet)
Canadian Student Writing Contest
Organizing and Sponsoring of Conferences and Masterclasses
Graphics and design services
Statistics and Facts on the 5 Years of La Scena Musicale
About La Scena Musicale, Canadas Guide to Classical Music:
La Scena Musicale is a free monthly magazine published in English and French by La Scène musicale, a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of classical music. Each issue contains a comprehensive calendar of concerts, compact disc reviews, concert reviews, interviews with musicians, as well as feature articles on the local, national and international classical music scenes.
The printed version of La Scena Musicale is distributed across Canada with particular emphasis in the Montreal, Quebec City, Ottawa-Hull and Toronto regions. The electronic version is available world-wide on the internet.
About La Scena Musicale Online (http://www.scena.org):
Published by La Scène musicale, La Scena Musicale Online is one of the internets leading classical music content providers. It consists of original content (interviews, articles, reviews), the Canadian Classical Music Calendar, ClassicalMusicNews.org (links to classical music news articles around the world), LSM Newswire (press releases on classical music from around the world) and the Classical Music Webcast Scheduler (searchable database). La Scena Musicale Online was one of the first classical music websites to offer its entire print magazine free in both HTML and Adobe Acrobat PDF formats.
In its special 50 Best Music Web sites issue published in February 2000, Chamber Music Magazine selected La Scena Musicale Online as the 3rd Best Music Web site. In its May 2000 special issue on the Net, Le Monde awarded La Scena Musicale Online 4 stars out of 4 (only one of two sites to receive such an honour). This news prompted Montreal Gazette classical music critic Arthur Kaptainis to write an article about our web site that appeared in the Saturday edition (June 17, 2000). The French magazine Best of Web (No. 8, July 2001) chose La Scena Musicale Online as one of the 500 best websites in the world.
La Scena Musicale Online can be reached by the internet domain names: scena.org, lascenamusicale.org and ClassicalMusicNews.org.
Information: Wah Keung Chan, Publisher / Editor