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First media platform of academic music launched in Russia

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First media platform of academic music launched in Russia


23.09.2021

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The Orpheus classical music radio station has launched Russia's first media platform for academic music. Its users can listen to radio broadcasts and classical music on Internet radio, watch concerts, opera performances, and live broadcasts for free, TASS reports.

The launch of the media platform was timed to the 30th anniversary of Orpheus. The radio station stated that the project had been developed for about ten years. The media platform allowed Orpheus to expand broadcasting via the Internet, to offer listeners more diverse and varied content.

The platform contains concerts, ballet and opera performances, documentaries about music, programs for children. The Golden Fund section with archival records, master classes and conversations about music will be added to the website soon.

it is also planned to launch the English version of the platform. The project is supported by the Ministry of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media of Russia.

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