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Thursday, March 18, 2010

Announcing 2010 Schedule of The Music Scene


La Scne Musicale/The Music Scene Announces 2010 Schedule of The Music Scene
Quarter-annual Music Magazine is Geared to Serve Ontario and Western Canada 

March 15, 2010, Montreal, QC  La Scena Musicale is pleased to announce the 2010 schedule of The Music Scene, its quarter-annual publication tailored specifically for Ontario and Western Canada music lovers. 
The four upcoming issues will provide readers with the latest and most comprehensive coverage of music events and personalities, as well as CD, DVD and book reviews, guides and much more. The Music Scene will focus on education and festivals serving Ontario and Western Canada residents. 


The next issue of The Music Scene hits news stands on March 26, 2010 and will have as feature story the making of a new opera, Giiwedin, a co-production of the Native Earth Performing Arts and An Indie(n) Rights Reserve, with a libretto by Algonquin playwright Spy Dnomm-Welch, who also co-composed it with Catherine Magowan. Giiwedin tells the story of Noodin-Kwe, a 150-year old Aboriginal woman, fighting for her land. This opera is unique in that it is the first time Canadian First Nations artists have chosen opera as a medium for their story-telling. The issue will also feature international festival and summer camp guides as well as profiles on pianist Yuja Wang and 2010 Governor Generals Performing Arts Award winner Walter Homburger, the great orchestra and artist manager. 


In 2010, The Music Scene will continue to uphold its mandate of providing up-to-date coverage of artists, events and issues relevant to English Canada. Last year, The Music Scene was proud to offer cover profiles on El Sistema, The St. Lawrence String Quartet and Peter Simon of the Royal Conservatory of Music. The Music Scene is also complimented on the Internet by Joseph Sos This Week in Toronto blog post at http://www.scena.org/blog. 


Advertisers in The Music Scene will have access to the exclusive offer of 50% off the same advertisement in La Scena Musicale, a monthly and bilingual national publication, and vice-versa.
 

TMS Spring 2010
  • Theme: Summer Camps and International Music Festivals
  • Appearance: March 26, 2010
  • Ad Deadline: March 19, 2010 Ģ Artwork: March 22, 2010
  • Distribution: Southern Ontario (15,000 copies), Ottawa-Gatineau (5000 copies), Music Schools (3000 copies), mailing (2000 copies)
  • Target audience: amateur, student and professional musicians, music and arts lovers

 
TMS Summer Jazz 2010
  • Theme: Annual Jazz National Issue
  • Guides: Canadian Jazz, World and Folk Festivals and International Jazz Festivals
  • Appearance: May 7, 2010
  • Ad Deadline: April 23, 2010 Ģ Artwork: April 26, 2010
  • Distribution: Southern Ontario (12,000 copies), Ottawa-Gatineau (3000 copies), BC (6000 copies), Alberta (4000 copies)
  • Target audience: amateur, student and professional musicians, music and arts lovers

 
TMS Summer Classical 2010
  • Theme: Annual Classical Music and Arts Festivals National Issue
  • Guides: Canadian Classical Music and Arts Festivals
  • Appearance: June 7, 2010
  • Ad Deadline: May 24, 2010 Ģ Artwork: May 24, 2010
  • Distribution: Southern Ontario (12,000 copies), Ottawa-Gatineau (3000 copies), BC (6000 copies), Alberta (4000 copies)
  • Target audience: amateur, student and professional musicians, music and arts lovers

 
TMS Winter 2010
  • Theme: Higher Music Education
  • Appearance: November 10, 2010
  • Ad Deadline: November 1, 2010 Ģ Artwork: November 2, 2010
  • Distribution: Southern Ontario (15,000 copies), Ottawa-Gatineau (5000 copies), Music Schools (3000 copies), mailing (2000 copies)
  • Target audience: amateur, student and professional musicians, music and arts lovers

 
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Media contact:
Wah Keung Chan, editor
wkchan@lascena.org
514-400-0882 


Advertising contact: 
Morgan Gregory, Wah Keung Chan
514-948-0509
sales@scena.org
http://ads.scena.org 


Information:
http://tms.scena.org

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