The International Journal of Music: Comprehensive and In-Depth Online Publication for Musicians

The International Journal of Music is a comprehensive and authoritative online publication for professional classical musicians, students, and amateurs of all ages. Its content is categorized into 16 instrumental specialties, catering to a diverse readership.

While primarily focused on classical music, the International Journal of Music also features jazz and other music styles from time to time. Its exclusive content includes interviews, articles, and lessons from renowned teachers worldwide.

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A Trusted Voice in Classical Music: The History of the International Journal of Music

The International Journal of Music has earned its reputation as a trusted voice in the classical music industry. By featuring interviews with top soloists, such as Kirill Gerstein (piano), Midori (violin), David Russell (guitar), Jan Vogler (cello), Richard Stoltzman (clarinet), Jim Walker (flute), Melissa Aldana (saxophone), Cynthia Yeh (percussion), Alison Balsom (trumpet), Li-Kuo Chang (viola), Eugene Izotov (oboe), Jay Friedman (trombone), David Cooper (horn), Thomas Martin (double bass), Milan Turković (bassoon), and Gene Pokorny (tuba), among others, it has become a reliable source of information.

The International Journal of Music provides valuable insights and knowledge to its readers through interviews, articles, and lessons by renowned orchestral performers and professors from leading universities in the United States and Europe. Its collaborators include the New York Philharmonic, Boston Symphony, Chicago Symphony, Philadelphia Orchestra, Cleveland Orchestra, Berlin Philharmonic, London Symphony, Royal Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Bavarian Radio Symphony, Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, The Juilliard School, Curtis Institute of Music, Berklee College of Music, New England Conservatory of Music, Peabody Conservatory, Royal Academy of Music, Conservatoire de Paris, Sibelius Academy, and Mozarteum University Salzburg, among others.

The International Journal of Music is committed to promoting equality in the classical music industry by featuring inspiring stories about musicians of all genders, ethnicities, and minorities. Its content includes exclusive in-depth interviews, instructional lessons, insightful and lighthearted articles, current news and release information, videos, sheet music, and even reviews to help readers choose their next instrument or accessory.

The International Journal of Music has also achieved several milestones that further cement its reputation in the classical music industry. It collaborates closely with the heirs of celebrated pianist Alicia de Larrocha (1923-2009) to make known the various pieces from her archive. It also published the late trumpeter and musicologist Edward H. Tarr’s (1936-2020) last interview as a posthumous video interview. Additionally, it was chosen by the film production company Focus Features (a division of Universal Studios) to promote their acclaimed film Tár (2022), starring Cate Blanchett and featuring music by Hildur Guðnadóttir, including interviews with both artists.

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