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Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Robert Lepage on Cover of La SCENA

Robert Lepage on Cover of La SCENA

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Fall Arts Preview
The fall arts and music scene will be extensively covered in the Fall Edition of La SCENA, which will appear on September 3, 2009. We are thrilled to grace its cover with Canadian auteur Robert Lepage, the internationally acclaimed playwright, filmmaker and multimedia artist. In addition to an interview with Lepage, critical reviews of his recent works will also be presented.

Included in La SCENA Fall issue will be the September issue of La Scena Musicale, featuring tenor Marc Hervieux who will perform twice in Opéra de Montréal’s upcoming 30th season. The monthly Discovery CD will feature a recital of Schubert’s masterpiece Die Schöne Müllerin performed by Jean-Paul Jeannotte, the Opéra de Montréal’s first general director. This issue is shaping up to be a special issue on opera and theatre. In total, 84 pages.

Teacher's Guide: this issue will include our annual Teacher's Guide.

2009-2010 Publishing Year
The production schedule for the 2009-2010 year is now available. All 10 issues of the bilingual La Scena Musicale are planned, with four of these issues (September, December-January, April and June) inserted into the quarterly Arts magazine La SCENA, leaving six issues as stand-alone music magazines. May and June are national issues focused on festivals (May focused on Jazz, World and Folk music festivals, while June contains Classical Music and Arts festivals). In addition, there will be two issues of the all-English The Music Scene Ontario (November and March). The advertising rates for 2009-2010 remain the same as in 2008-2009.

For more information:
514-948-2520
info@scena.org
www.scena.org

Links
> Information and Ad rates (Fall issues)
> 2009-2010 production schedule



La SCENA/La Scena Musicale 2009-2010 Back-to-School/Fall Preview

La SCENA Fall 2009 / La Scena Musicale September 2009

  • 3rd year
  • On the cover: Robert Lepage
  • Theme: Fall Arts and Music preview
  • Subjects: music, dance, theatre, film and visual arts
  • including La Scena Musicale September 2009 featuring on the cover tenor Marc Hervieux
  • Discovery CD: Schubert's Die Schöne Müllerin performed by tenor Jean-Paul Jeannotte
  • Exclusive interview: Peter Gelb, directory of the Metropolitan Opera
  • Appearance: September 3, 2009
  • Ad Deadline: August 28, 2009
  • Materials: August 31, 2009
  • Print run: 25,000 copies
  • Distribution: Montréal, Quebec City, Ottawa/Gatineau and through the province of Quebec
  • Target audience: amateur and professional artists, music and arts lovers

Contact: 514-948-0509 or sales@scena.org
Media Kit: http://ads.scena.org


New Arts Directory

La SCENA Arts DirectoryLa Scène Musicale is pleased to announce the first-ever annual La SCENA Arts Directory, which is now available as a Montreal and surrounding region edition. The PDF version can be downloaded at http://www.scena.org

The directory is the first of its kind in Quebec and promises to be a premiere source for professional artists, students, and arts lovers in the province. Through the directory, readers will have access to comprehensive listings of schools, conservatories, teachers, programs, competitions, websites, performance spaces, amateur and professional choirs and ensembles, concert and arts presenters, supply stores, high end audio, agents and much more in the fields of music, dance, theatre, film, and visual arts. There are regional listings as well as national listings. The appearance of this bilingual directory is timed for back-to-school, and will be the essential guide for arts and music learning and participation, consulted all year long. “We are using our extensive database to provide the most complete resource for consumers, musicians and artists” says Wah Keung Chan, founding president of La Scène Musicale / The Music Scene, the 13-year-old non-profit organization publishing the print magazines La Scena Musicale, The Music Scene and La SCENA, and the website SCENA.org. In total, 25,000 copies of the directory will be distributed across the province of Quebec reaching 50,000 readers.


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