Music and Vision - Reviews
Music and Vision - Reviews is a English-speaking media specialized in the field of classical music and opera. As such, Music and Vision - Reviews is a qualified source of soclassiq, like Pacific Symphony blog or Second Inversion and many others. The oldest article indexed by soclassiq is dated 2012-01-01. Since then, a total of 3294 articles have been written and published by Music and Vision - Reviews.
Music and Vision - Reviews activity
With 87 articles published in the last 90 days, Music and Vision - Reviews is currently a quite active news source. "Quite active" does not mean that Music and Vision - Reviews is less interesting than another more prolific source or more interesting than a less dynamic source. Each media follows a specific editorial line, publishing according to its own rhythm.
This editorial activity is no different from that recorded for the previous period.
The last article in Music and Vision - Reviews, "CD Spotlight. A Master of Improvisation", is dated 2021-05-14. By 2020, this source had published 327 articles (125 since the beginning of 2021). Over the past 12 months, Music and Vision - Reviews has published an average of 28 articles per month.
Music and Vision - Reviews in the last 36 months
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Ona Jarmalavičiūtė listens to music by Nai-Chung Kuan and Joel Hoffman. '... a new musical experience ...'
James Willshire plays piano music by Cecil Coles and Gustav Holst, heard by Gerald Fenech. 'James Willshire is renowned for his virtuosity and intelligence of his keyboard mastery, and all this is on display in this recital.'