DISCUSSION: Defining Our Field - what is 'classical music' to us, why are we involved and what can we learn from our differences? Read John Dante Prevedini's essay, watch the panel discussion and make your own comments.
For the sum of £140 you can sponsor a Classical Music Daily feature of your choice, so that it appears in the Sponsored Features panel at the right of almost every page on the classicalmusicdaily.com website for at least three months, and also on our Sponsored Features page for the life of the magazine.
You might want to do this because you would like to associate your company with the artists, composers or music featured in the article, or because you think a particular article deserves a wider readership, because you'd like to share an article from our extensive archive with current readers, because you enjoyed reading it and would like to reward the author, or it may just be because you're feeling generous.
The choice of features to sponsor is very large, since we've published at least one article each day since 1 January 1999. With the exception of news items, concert listings, index pages and articles which have already been sponsored, you can choose any daily article published in Classical Music Daily or its predecessor, Music & Vision Magazine. (The article you sponsor must have already been published, but it needn't be a recent article.)
There's no practical limit to the number of articles you can sponsor, and each time you do so, Classical Music Daily will pass on half of your sponsorship fee to the article's author.
Each new sponsorship (from November 2019 onwards) includes:
To sponsor a feature now, please make your payment using the button below, not forgetting to supply the internet address of the article you wish to sponsor. If for some reason your choice of article isn't available, we will offer you a full refund, or you can choose another article.
We'll then get back to you and ask for your ad images, URLs etc.
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