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Bachtrack: The World's Best Way to Find Live Classical Music
Find out how many times a classical piece has been publicly performed in a given year!
The largest classical event finder online. They list over 12,000 upcoming events in classical concerts, opera and dance. They also publish around 200 reviews every month from around the world.
Composer's New Pencil
omposersnewpencil.com is a site made by composers for composers of any level or genre. Whether you are an amateur songwriter, an experienced jazz arranger, a rock experimentalist or a modern classical composer; this is the place to come look for the musical composition tools of today.
Electronic Dictionary of Musical Themes
This collection of 9,825 musical themes (the works of over 150 composers) from the Barlow-Morgenstern original compilation can be played in any browser using Quicktime. You can search by composer, by category of music or by note (solfeggio) in key-independent fashion. Great for trying to figure out what composition a certain theme/motif comes from!
NewMusicBox, a multimedia publication from New Music USA, is dedicated to the music of American composers and improvisers and their champions. It offers: in-depth profiles, articles, and discussions; up-to-the-minute industry news and commentary; an internet radio station, Counterstream; and access to an online library of more than 57,000 works by more than 6,000 composers.
"The Contemporary Classical Music Community" - A popular web community for creators, performers and fans of new music. Features blogs, reviews, discussions and a calendar of events geared mostly to music created by living composers and performers.
Downloadable microtonal music production software products and home of the Encyclopedia of Microtonal Music Theory.
John Adams reads from his autobiography