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By: SashaFri, 04/03/2020
Entrevue avec Marie-Gold

Le 25 mars est paru le tout premier album solo pour la jeune rapper Montréalaise Marie-Gold.

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By: LucilleTue, 03/17/2020
The music channels you need right now

Whether you are working from home, trying to keep the kids entertained, or need to bust a move with an at-home workout, we’ve got all the music you need.

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By: LucilleTue, 03/17/2020
Notre sélection de chaînes à écouter en ce moment

Vos habitues changent, vous adoptez une nouvelle routine, et nous sommes là pour vous accompagner en musique!

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By: Rebecca O.Tue, 03/10/2020
From von Bingen to Alsop – A historical recap of females in classical music | Women's Day

Every year on March 8th, the world celebrates International Women’s Day. Starting in the early 19th century with women’s rights activists like Susan B. Anthony, women’s rights movements worldwide have shaped a world in which equality of the sexes might not be fully established in all aspects of life but is making great leaps and bounds.

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By: Rebecca O.Fri, 02/28/2020
Qello Concerts by Stingray presents Songbook: Take a deep-dive into your favorite songs

As a real music geek, just listening to your favorite tune, watching a live performance, or perfectly directed music video will always leave you hungry for more.

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By: StingrayThu, 02/27/2020
Mahalia | Interview | Stingray Rising Stars

With Mahalia, everything is about heart and soul.

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By: CharlesSun, 02/23/2020
Nicolas Gémus gagnant du Prix étoile Stingray ! | Gala RIDEAU

Belle soirée au Gala Rideau, alors que le Prix étoile Stingray a été remis à Nicolas Gémus!

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By: MikelWed, 02/12/2020
JUNOs 2020 | Video of the Year Nominees | Stingray Rising Stars

Each year, Stingray is proud to sponsor the Video of the Year category at the JUNOs.

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By: KarenFri, 06/30/2017
Becoming a Stradivari 101

Ever since a visit to violin maker Johan Jacobs in Middelburg, I’ve become interested in violin construction. I had always wanted to build my own violin.

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By: Ben Fong-TorresSat, 06/17/2017
Happy Birthday, Sir Paul

It doesn’t sound right, but on June 18, Paul McCartney turns 64. Will you still need me? Will you still feed me? When I’m 64? Plus ten. That’s right. The perpetually youthful Macca was born in 1942 in Liverpool, England. And, as you well know, he’s still rocking.

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By: CharlesFri, 06/16/2017
Les FrancoFolies de Montréal 2017

La 29e édition des FrancoFolies de Montréal fut une belle aventure pour notre équipe, partie à la rencontre des artistes présents au calendrier du festival.

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By: StingrayMon, 06/12/2017
Stingray Coast2Coast

Stingray is proud to be Canadian and share its love of homegrown music. With Stingray Music’s 200 Canadian music channels in every genre and from every era, every day is Canada Day!

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By: StingrayMon, 06/12/2017
The Video Stars Are Back!

(version française plus bas)

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By: StingrayMon, 06/12/2017
Stingray Classica & Stingray Festival 4K Coming to Canada

Great news for the music lovers! Starting summer 2017, the world’s premium classical music television channel, Stingray Classica, and an exciting new 4 K Ultra HD channel, Stingray Festival 4K, will finally be available in Canada!

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By: Pierre-JeanMon, 06/12/2017
The Jazz Guy’s Guide to Punk

Pierre-Jean Lavigne has been a DJ and host various radio shows and podcasts since 1999. Here are his favorite punk songs.

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By: NedjmaWed, 06/07/2017
Stingray, Seriously Canadian!

What do Bryan Adams, Neil Young, Drake, Joni Mitchell, Shania Twain, Justin Bieber, Avril Lavigne, and Carly Rae Jepsen have in common? Like Stingray, they are proud Canadians!

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By: SydneyWed, 06/07/2017
Montreal International Jazz Festival Channel

As Montreal-based company, we are extremely proud of our music scene! Get ready for the most important jazz festival in the world! This special channel, inspired by the Festival International de Jazz de Montréal, features songs and instrumental pieces by celebrated bands and artists from coast to coast.

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By: HiddeWed, 05/24/2017
Classical: NEXT, 17 t/m 20 mei in Rotterdam

Van 17 t/m 20 mei staat de volgende editie van Classical:NEXT op het programma in Rotterdam. Sinds 2012 wordt Classical:NEXT gehouden met als doel de klassieke gemeenschap te verenigen en een wereldwijde beweging op te zetten die de paden richting de toekomst van de klassieke muziek verkent.

Classical:Next is de afgelopen jaren uitgegroeid tot ’s werelds grootste internationale conferentie op het gebied van klassieke muziek. Onlangs werd het door de jury geselecteerde programma voor de editie van 2017 bekend gemaakt. Sinds de eerste editie hebben al ongeveer 3000 professionals en 1000 bedrijven vanuit 45 landen deelgenomen aan Classical: NEXT.

Vier dagen lang worden er presentaties, seminars en discussies gehouden tussen de verschillende deelnemers. Hierdoor blijft men op de hoogte van veranderingen, vernieuwingen en trends binnen het genre van de kunstmuziek. Daarnaast is er de mogelijkheid om nieuw talent, creatieve ideeën en toekomstgerichte business praktijken te promoten. 

Dit jaar is ook een publieksfestival onderdeel van Classical: Next onder de naam Seriously? Adventures in Music. Daarin krijgt het publiek de unieke kans om de vernieuwers binnen de klassieke muziek live in Rotterdam te zien en te horen. Op 18 en 19 mei kan je terecht voor de klassieke muziek van de toekomst door het bezoeken van gratis lunchconcerten en internationale programma’s in BIRD, WORM en De Doelen, waar op 19 mei om 20:30 een première van het werk The Unchanging Sea van componist Michael Gordon door het Rotterdams Philharmonisch Orkest ten gehore zal worden gebracht. Meer informatie: www.classicalnext.com

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