Turner Sims are proud to announce a new media partnership with Gramophone, Jazzwise and Songlines magazines. The aim is to advance the live performance experience and sees Gramophone, Songlines and Jazzwise tapping into our rich collection of premieres and performances to provide exclusive videos, pre-concert talks, podcasts, unique musical offers and insights.
Kevin Appleby, Concert Hall Manager, says:
“Turner Sims prides itself on being at the fore for collaborating with leading musicians and we are delighted to lead the way with this exciting new media partnership. Selecting and hosting events that reflect the interests of our audiences to enhance Turner Sims’ multimedia offering in music is invaluable”.
Martin Cullingford, Editorial Director (Gramophone, Jazzwise & Songlines) says:
“All readers of Gramophone, Songlines and Jazzwise know the power of live performance, of the shared experience between artist and audience that creates a unique musical moment. The mixture of superb artists that Turner Sims programmes, representing the different genres of music that our world-leading magazines cover, perfectly reflects our belief in celebrating the excellence and variety that lies at the heart of today’s best music-making.”
Gramophone The world’s most authoritative classical music voice since 1923.
Gramophone, which has been serving the classical music world since 1923, is first and foremost a monthly review magazine. It boasts an eminent and knowledgeable panel of experts, which reviews the full range of classical music recordings. Its reviews are completely independent. In addition to reviews, its interviews and features help readers to explore in greater depth the recordings that the magazine covers, as well as offer insight into the work of composers and performers. It is the magazine for the classical record collector, as well as for the enthusiast starting a voyage of discovery.
Jazzwise The UK’s biggest selling jazz monthly.
Jazzwise has been at the heart and soul of the global jazz scene since the magazine’s launch in 1997, changing the way jazz publications look and think for the last two decades, with a stunning editorial and design package that reaches out worldwide to both the new jazz audience and established fans – qualities that have led to it winning Jazz Publication of the Year at the Parliamentary Jazz Awards, the Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Awards and the Jazz FM Awards.
Songlines Your essential guide to the best music from around the world.
Songlines is the definitive magazine for world music – music that has its roots in all parts of the globe, from Mali to Mexico, India to Iraq. Whether this music is defined as traditional, contemporary, folk or fusion, Songlines is the only publication to truly represent and embrace it. However, Songlines is not just about music, but about how the music fits into the landscape; it’s about politics, history and identity, and the artists who incite change through their music. Through their extensive articles and reviews, it is your essential guide to an extraordinary world of music and culture, whether you are starting on your journey of discovery or are already a seasoned fan.