The Music Scene (fr: La Scene musicale) is a Canadian bilingual quarterly magazine that promotes classical music in Canada. The magazine was established by Wah Keung Chan in September 1996. Each issue contains a comprehensive calendar of concerts, CD, DVD and book reviews, interviews with musicians as well as feature articles on the local, national and international classical music scenes. It is a free magazine published at least six times a year. 42,000 copies are distributed in total: 18,000 in Ontario, 5,000 copies each in Winnipeg, Edmonton and Calgary, and 9000 copies in British Columbia.

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  • The Music Scene (fr: La Scene musicale) is a Canadian bilingual quarterly magazine that promotes classical music in Canada. The magazine was established by Wah Keung Chan in September 1996. Each issue contains a comprehensive calendar of concerts, CD, DVD and book reviews, interviews with musicians as well as feature articles on the local, national and international classical music scenes. It is a free magazine published at least six times a year. 42,000 copies are distributed in total: 18,000 in Ontario, 5,000 copies each in Winnipeg, Edmonton and Calgary, and 9000 copies in British Columbia. La Scène musicale/The Music Scene is their all-English version of the magazine, while their free monthly magazine is bilingual (English & French). The English version was started in 2002. The Music Scene is non-profit, and is dedicated to promoting classical music. Each issue contains a calendar of concerts, CD reviews, interviews, and feature articles. The printed version is distributed across Canada with emphasis in the Montreal, Quebec City and Ottawa-Gatineau regions. Copies are also sent to music schools and record stores. An electronic version is available on their website. (en)
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  • The Music Scene (fr: La Scene musicale) is a Canadian bilingual quarterly magazine that promotes classical music in Canada. The magazine was established by Wah Keung Chan in September 1996. Each issue contains a comprehensive calendar of concerts, CD, DVD and book reviews, interviews with musicians as well as feature articles on the local, national and international classical music scenes. It is a free magazine published at least six times a year. 42,000 copies are distributed in total: 18,000 in Ontario, 5,000 copies each in Winnipeg, Edmonton and Calgary, and 9000 copies in British Columbia. (en)
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