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Saturday, March 14, 2009

March 2009 - Next The Music Scene, La Scena Musicale and La SCENA


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It’s a busy March as we work on three magazines: The Music Scene Ontario Spring 2009 issue, La Scena Musicale April 2009 issue and La SCENA’s Spring 2009 issue featuring on the cover an exclusive interview with Robert Lepage.

The Music Scene Ontario’s Spring issue comes out March 24 and features our annual Guide to Summer Music and Arts Camps, as well as our Guide to International Arts Festivals, both essential tools to organize the summer. On the cover, The St. Lawrence String Quartet celebrates their 20th anniversary and looks back at their incredible career. Joseph So looks into the history behind Monteverdi’s L’incoronazione di Poppea and its period production by Opera Atelier, and Jeanne Lamon talks about Tafelmusik’s approach to Haydn with their upcoming performance of his Creation. Also featured is Quartetto Gelato’s reentrance into the touring scene with their two newest members, and a look into the dynamic Calgary Opera. In addition, our International Festival picks, Southern Ontario Vocal and Instrumental Previews and CD Reviews. The Music Scene Ontario will be distributed in Toronto and Ottawa and music schools across Canada. The deadline for advertising is March 17.

On the cover of La SCENA is Canadian director Robert Lepage who discusses his new theatre production The Blue Dragon and his operatic staging. Reviews of Blue Dragon and Lepage’s staging of Berlioz’s Damnation of Faust will also accompany the feature. La Scena Musicale’s April issue (inserted in La SCENA) will feature young Canadian violinist Caroline Chehadé and the April Discovery CD is an unpublished Schubert recital of Canadian soprano Colette Boky who recently published her autobiography. The combined issue will also contain our 2nd annual guide to International arts and classical music festivals. The deadline for advertising is March 23rd.

Reach over 50,000 readers with 25,000 copies distributed in Montreal and the province of Quebec. La Scena Musicale/La SCENA contains award-winning editorial features, an extensive calendar of events (province of Quebec including radio and TV listings) and product reviews; readers consult each issue 4.5 times a month, generating 225,000 viewings per month. The Music Scene also features excellent editorial and 50,000 readers, only without a detailed calendar.

For more info on rates and production please visit http://ads.scena.org for our 2008-2009 schedule or contact our sales department directly at 514-948-0509 or sales@scena.org.

To subscribe, please visit http://www.scena.org/LaSCENACard


Yours sincerely,

Wah Keung Chan
Founding Publisher and Editor
La Scena Musicale
La SCENA
The Music Scene

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Upcoming Issues:

The Music Scene Ontario: Spring 2009 Issue

  • On the cover: St. Lawrence String Quartet at 20
  • Opera Atelier's L’incoronazione di Poppea
  • Tafelmusik on Haydn's Creation
  • Calgary Opera
  • Guide: International Music and Arts Festivals

Circulation: 25,000 copies in Ontario (Toronto, Ottawa) and schools across Canada

  • Toronto: 16,000
  • Ottawa: 4,000
  • Schools across Canada: 3000
  • Mailing: 2,000

Appearance: March 24
Ad Deadline:
March 17
Artwork deadline:
March 18

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Spring 2009 La SCENA / April 2009 La Scena Musicale

  • On the cover: Robert Lepage
  • Guide: International Music and Arts Festivals
  • 3-month calendar and Event picks, send listings to artscal@scena.org
  • plus more features in development
  • Theme: Careers

  • On the cover of LSM: Canadian violinist Caroline Chehadé
  • Discovery CD Feature: Canadian soprano Colette Boky
  • Other features in development
  • Plus our regular features: regional calednar, jazz and world music sections.

GUIDE

  • International Classical Music and Arts Festivals (International Jazz festivals will appear in the May National Jazz issue)

Distribution (25,000 copies; 90% distribution by the first 7 to 10 days):

  • 2000 copies: mailed to paying and non-paying subscribers (including the music and arts industry)
  • 15000 copies: controlled circulation at cultural venues, record stores, schools, etc. in Montreal
  • 4000 copies: Music and Arts Schools targeting students and educators in Montreal and the province of Quebec.
  • 2000 copies: Quebec City
  • 2000 copies: newsstands in Quebec

Deadlines:

  • Distribution: April 1, 2009
  • Display ad reservations: March 23 (info : http://ads.scena.org)
  • Materials: March 24

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Petition: Restore Canada Council Funding to Controlled-Circulation Magazines

The Canada Council for the Arts (CCA) has recently dropped support for controlled-circulation print magazines in its 2010 application process, rendering La Scena Musicale (LSM), The Music Scene Ontario and La SCENA ineligible to compete for CCA grants.

In 2007-08, the Canada Council funded 106 arts & literary magazines for a total of $2,661,900. We feel that all arts and literary magazines should be treated equally and fairly, and this means the ability to submit an application that is reviewed by a peer jury. Consequently, La Scena Musicale has launched a campaign to reverse the Canada Council policy change.

Please show your support for all controlled-circulation arts magazines (including our family of magazine) by signing up and circulate this appeal.

See our blog article for details: http://www.scena.org/blog/2009/02/canada-council-drops-support-for.html

Online petition: http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/restore-canada-council-funding-to-controlled-circulation-magazines

and a Facebook group Restore Canada Council Funding to Controlled-Circulation Magazines

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Festivals:

Talking about music and arts festivals. La Scena Musicale, La SCENA and The Music Scene are the place to find International and Canadian music and arts festivals in 2009 (in print and online). The following three issues will cover all the 2009 festivals:

  • International Classical Music and Arts Festivals: Spring 2009 issue of The Music Scene and the Spring 2009 issue of La SCENA (including the April issue of La Scena Musicale).
  • Canadian Jazz, World and Folk Festivals plus International Jazz festivals: May 2009 issue of La Scena Musicale. This is a national issue (double distribution to 50,000 copies) and the ad rates are 1.5 times the regular rates.
  • Canadian Classical Music and Arts Festivals: Summer 2009 issue of La SCENA (including the June issue of La Scena Musicale). This is a national issue (double distribution to 50,000 copies) and the ad rates are 1.5 times the regular rates.

Visit http://ads.scena.org for more info (to come).

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Guides / Directories 2008-2009

La Scena Musicale has proven to be a leader in providing music and arts information. Visit http://guides.scena.org for our list of guides for 2008-2009

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New LSM Online Feature:

NEW: RSS Feeds for our news, blogs and Lebrecht Weekly:
http://www.scena.org/RSS_SCENA.html

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Advertise with us and reach Canada’s most cultured consumers:

Want to reach the affluent, sophisticated, urban 35+ demographic or professional and student musicans and artists?

La Scena Musicale invites you into the lives of 100,000 highly educated Canadians with sophisticated taste in culture and lifestyle. Our readers are passionate about music, dance, theatre, film and visual arts, as well as food, fashion and their homes.

Our award-winning magazines La Scena Musicale, La SCENA and The Music Scene contain thought-provoking articles and reviews. La Scena Musicale and La SCENA are the only bilingual Montreal publications dedicated to covering classical music, jazz, world music, dance, theatre, film and visual arts. In addition, we publish Canada’s most in-depth cultural calendar, which ensures repeat viewings: over 225,000 per month. Our new direct distribution to affluent households ($100K+) means our magazines truly deliver. We are read, and read often.

Readership Profile

  • 50,000 readers per issue
  • 225,000 readings per month, 675,000 readings for three-month issues
  • Affluent, educated, 35+, music and arts lovers including the desired Baby Boomers.
  • Music and arts professionals and students

For more info on rates and production please visit http://ads.scena.org or contact our sales department directly at 514-948-0509 or sales@scena.org.

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Donations Requested:

La Scena Musicale/The Music Scene is a registered charity promoting music and the arts through three magazines and a website. We connect musicians/artists, the arts community and music/art lovers together through education and information. Help us continue our work with a donation (cash or goods) or by volunteering.

Please contact 514-948-2520 or
info@scena.org

Donate at CanadaHelps.org

Charitable tax no. 14199 6579 RR0001

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