New ways in classical music

The classical music innovative platform


Anna's Video Blog

October 23rd, 2017

Heart and Brain: What do we expect from music?

Today I am going to speak about our expectations from the classical music. In my previous blog about the price of the concerts I said that when we go to a concert, we expect emotional responses from the music performance. [...] read more.

more Video Blogs...



Whales by David Bruehwiler

Anna Sutyagina, Piano


Kurt Bestor “Indigo”

Anna Sutyagina, Piano

A contemplative song for piano from Kurt Bestor’s album “Kurt Bestor and The Collective: Outside the Lines.” Meant to capture the emotion evoked by …






AnnaNovember 29th, 2017

Classical music at the pinnacle of intensity?

Philosophical essay about the intensity and classical music
Thumbnail Blog New Classics


USAadminJanuary 19th, 2018

Fantasy Notes Interview with American composer Riley Tucker

Riley Tucker tells us about the fun of composing and why it is rewarding to listen to music in our time when so many things are competing for people’s attention.

BraziladminJanuary 15th, 2018

Fantasy Notes Interview with Brazilian composer Paulo Bottas

Paulo Bottas, born in Brazil and settled in Canada since his early twenties, is a musician with a background in both classical and popular music. His path allowed him to be in contact with varied genres, from baroque to contemporary music. With formal academic musical training and a Master’s Degree in musicology, he has been in contact with several musicians and artists, resulting in a multifaceted artistic development. These contacts have given a deeper meaning to his artistic and music profile, which is expressed through original compositions.

UKadminJanuary 9th, 2018

Fantasy Notes Interview with American composer Wynn-Anne Rossi

Wynn-Anne Rossi gives creative impulses in her interview and shares her vision of music and composing.

FranceadminJanuary 8th, 2018

Fantasy Notes Interview with French composer Vincent Jockin

French composer shares his views about the music today. He is convinced that if we put the “beautiful” in the center of musical creation the audience will eventually rush to be in “contact” with the beautiful!

vincent jockin
SpainadminJanuary 8th, 2018

Fantasy Notes Interview with Spanish composer Jose Luis Turina

Jose Luis Turina is Spanish composer, grandson of Joaquín Turina. He talks about why experimentation is very important in every creative work and why composition is an act of balance between the composer and the path that music itself wants to follow…