Classical Music Web Sites
Classical Midi World
The best classical Midi resource on the web, covering everything from Renaissance to Twentieth Century music. The audio files download quickly, and you can hear the generally excellent pieces almost immediately. For those interested in contributing, the site offers detailed tutorials on midi and sequencing, and directions for submitting your own compositions for inclusion in the huge library.
Classical Music Archives
Site documenting over 40,000 classical pieces that are available to buy as downloads through subscription.
Features a huge number of classical music-related reviews of CDs, DVDs and books, along with a list of composers and links to other classical music websites.
The Classical Source
News and information on classical music including articles and CD and concert reviews.
A large part of this site is devoted to selling official MP3 downloads of a huge library of classical performances. An invaluable treasure trove for enthusiasts, you'll also find the latest classical music news.
English National Opera
The English National Opera site gives details about the company and its artists, forthcoming productions, seating plans and ticket prices, and offers a chance to book, on-line.
The web version of the definitive classical music magazine, this is the place to come for authoritative reviews of the latest releases and comprehensive musical news. The site contains the Gramofile database containing over 25,000 reviews.
A comprehensive guide to what's on when in the opera world, with an excellent guide to over 600 opera houses worldwide, together with seating plans and online booking.
Royal Opera House
The Royal Opera House in Covent Garden is home to both opera and ballet in the UK. Their site contains an online calendar, and lets you book tickets on-line.
The goal of this site is to promote contemporary classical music and its creators. A US site, it embraces all serious modern music and aims to do so without favouring one school or type of music over another. With a bias toward living, working composers.
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