• New Live-Streaming and Digital Content Platform for Classical Music and the Arts

    Virtual CircleOn Tuesday 8 December 2020, the world’s leading international classical music management company, HarrisonParrott will launch the first concert on their new live-streaming and digital content platform for classical music and the arts: Virtual Circle.

    The launch concert will feature the Oslo Philharmonic and their Chief Conductor and Artistic Director, Klaus Mäkelä in a performance of Jean Sibelius’s Symphony No. 1 to mark the 155th anniversary since the composer’s birth. The concert will also feature Kodály’s Dances of Galánta, Rolf Gupta Epilogue, and Debussy’s Danse sacrée et danse profane for harp and orchestra. Mäkelä will give a short introduction to the concert highlighting the strong relationship between Sibelius and the Oslo Philharmonic.

    HarrisonParrott has partnered with eMusic Live to create this new platform for classical music and the arts. Virtual Circle will not only provide audiences with a ‘concert look and feel’ with engaging interactive features, but also in-platform promotional opportunities for artists, something which is not offered by any other digital concert platforms, these include high-resolution album downloads, ticket bundles, and action buttons directing audiences to additional content.

    This news follows hot on the heels of the news announcing the partnership between Google Arts & Culture and the HarrisonParrott Foundation made last month, and clearly cements the company’s passion for innovation by allowing greater accessibility to the arts through the digital world.

    Categories: News, Streaming

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