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QuoteClassical music remains deeply unfashionable.
That’s why it has lasted.

– Andrew Clark, Financial Times

Further reading:

Is classical music trying to be fashionable? in the Financial Times

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One Response to “Classical Music? Fashionable?”

  1. Nonclassical Says:

    In response to classical music been fashionable Nonclassical are proving Andrew Clark wrong with there monthly club night right in the heart of the creative hub of east london.

    For the past 2 years Nonclassical, founded by Gabriel Prokofiev, has hosted a regular monthly club night (first Wednesday of every month) at the Macbeth pub in Hoxton, London. The events have hosted artists that range from string quartets, home-made electronic performers and pianists to ensembles such as the Juice Vocal ensemble and the Ossian Ensemble.

    The Nonclassical events are a chance for performers & composers to reach a new younger, alternative audience rather than the typical ‘contemporary classical’ that people have come to expect.

    “A bold and brilliant attempt to bring classical performances to a neglected audience” – Time Out magazine – Sep 2008.

    If any of you may be interested in coming down to the Macbeth please hit us up on the group for concessions.


    Dave Halliwell
    Label manager

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