Deutsche Grammophon, which is owned by Common Music Group, has launched its personal high-res classical music streaming service.
The label claims to be the oldest on the planet and has described its launch of the service, which known as STAGE+, because the “newest milestone in classical music’s digital improvement” in accordance with Music Enterprise Week.
Subscribers will get entry to unique reside premieres, together with long-form live performance and opera programmes, in addition to music movies, documentaries and behind-the-scenes interviews. New audio releases will likely be out there too, together with albums from the Deutsche Grammophon and Decca catalogues.
The service offers high-re audio and Dolby Atmos, many movies are additionally mentioned to be provided in 4K. Deutsche Grammophon says that tech agency Siemens “will likely be a companion and supporter of STAGE+”, too.
Frank Briegmann, Chairman & CEO Common Music Central Europe & Deutsche Grammophon, mentioned in a press launch (through MBW): “There’s an infinite urge for food for excellent classical music content material on-line.
“We’ve seen vital development in demand for reside streamed live shows and opera performances since launching DG Stage nearly two years in the past. STAGE+ will remodel the house for on-line classical music,” he defined.
And UMG isn’t the one firm with their eyes on the classical music scene – Apple’s classical music app stays unreleased at this cut-off date, regardless of rumours again in April that it was near fruition following instructions like ‘open in Apple Classical’ and ‘open this within the new app designed for classical music’ showing within the iOS 15.5 public beta.
The STAGE+ service will likely be out there as a TV, cellular and internet app to subscribers, and in accordance with its web site, a subscription will price EUR €14.90 per 30 days, or €149 per yr.
Discover out extra at stage-plus.com.
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