Classical Revolution: Top 5 Reasons I Dig It

Run! The sky is falling! Or at least, that’s what most of the media would tell you when it comes to classical music. But there is a classical revolution happening right in our back yard. As the older, traditional ways … Read More →

Zhou Long Wild Grass

Podcast: Wild Grass – the Music of Zhou Long and Chen Yi

Zhou Long and Chen Yi studied together at the Beijing Conservatory of Music, and at Columbia University in New York. They are now both on the composition faculty at University of Missouri, Kansas City. This podcast looks at a new … Read More →

The Milkman of Musical Kindness

This entry was written by our guest-blogger, composer Sean Hickey. Sean, who is Naxos’ Eastern Territory Manager, has a unique perspective on music and how to balance working a “day job” with the rigours of being a musician as well. … Read More →

Divox Joins Naxos Music Library

Based in Switzerland, Divox AG/Ltd was founded in 1984 and began with a focus on the promotion of emerging chamber music artists. It now has four sub-labels, covering music from ancient to modern by mainstream and less familiar composers, as … Read More →