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Free Online Music Resources
Guide to music-related resources for both performers and scholars
According to the mission statement of this AMS (American Musicological Society) sponsored blog, "Musicology Now is a blog from the American Musicological Society, written by its members for the general public. It seeks to promote the results of recent research and discovery in the field of music history, foster colloquy, and generate enthusiasm for the subject matter. Using links, images, and sound, it references conversations within and around the academy and in the principal institutions of music making around the world."
A blog maintained by music critic for "The New Yorker", Alex Ross. Many of the posts include links to "New Yorker" articles authored by Ross. Other posts feature reviews of concerts, performances, new compositions, etc.
DC Metro Theater Arts has played a key role in the Washington, DC area performing arts community. Through reviews, feature articles and interviews, news stories, and opinion pieces, we provide our readers with comprehensive coverage of the local and regional performing arts scene.
MeetMeAtTheOpera.com is a social media platform and digital destination for opera lovers around the world. We make it possible for opera enthusiasts everywhere to find each other at the Opera Houses, Summer Opera Festivals, HD Opera, enjoy performances, and grow their cultural and intellectual communities.
"This is a site for opera fans from all walks of life and all levels of familiarity with opera, and those who might want to try opera, in other words, those who share or think they might share 'the opera gene.'"
"Parterre Box", described by an April 27, 1997 "NY Times" article as "a raucous celebration of the longstanding subculture of opera queens, gay men whose passion for the art borders on obsessive," is a regularly updated blog and e-zine. The site, created by opera coach (and former opera director), James Jorden under his drag pseudonym "La Cieca" (the blind woman), also includes an archive of 'zine articles dating back to 1993 as well as a podcast series entitled "Unnatural Acts of Opera."
Planet Hugill is a London-based classical music blog written by composer, journalist and singer Robert Hugill. Get Classical music news, opera, concert & CD reviews, live performance previews, features, and musings on contemporary music.