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International Festival Review

Present Arts

Present Arts on CD

International Festival Review

LATEST NEWS & VIEWS:

International Festival Review is suspended until travel to festivals around the world becomes possible again. It is so sad that so many festivals have been cancelled, postponed or are taking place in radically changed formats. We all hope that they will return in the autumn. If you are a Festival Director and you would like your festival reviewed then, please email info@presentarts.co.uk to discuss arrangements.

During this period of isolation have a look at Hay Press author James Eno’s satirical episodes of Sofie & Carlo on www.festivalfinder.eu: two interns deal with lockdown.

THE GREAT SHUTDOWN – WHAT WILL THE ARTS DO TO BRING CITIES BACK TO LIFE?


by SIMON MUNDY

READ THE ARTICLE HERE

PRESENT ARTS develops arts projects in literature, visual arts and music, working with a variety of partners, festivals and spaces. In 2016 we presented a major retrospective exhibition of the abstract paintings of June Hainault (1924 – 2007) at Mall Galleries in London.

In 2017-18 we worked on the celebrations for the centenary of Sir Sidney Nolan, in co-operation with the Sidney Nolan Trust.

Since 2018 we have been working on the Europe for Festivals – Festivals for Europe project in partnership with the European Festivals Association. See www.festivalfinder.eu

PRESENT ARTS ON CD is a review service for classical discs by a professional critic. Several companies have been complaining that serious coverage is becoming harder to get as newspapers cut the space for classical music and websites turn to amateur reviewers.

PAOCD will select and review discs but not downloads. If you would like a CD covered please drop us a line at info@presentarts.co.uk

  
Present Arts Ltd. is the parent company of HAY PRESS. For news of its publications CLICK HERE

INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL REVIEW is a service of Present Arts that addresses the lack of coverage in the world’s press for many concerts at important festivals.

The principal writer is Simon Mundy, who has been writing and broadcasting about music for over 40 years. If a festival wishes to be written about, please contact us to discuss terms: info@presentarts.co.uk

To contact us email info@presentarts.co.uk