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Qwest TV now expanded with Qwest TV Classical

by Pascal Nypels on 2022-08-23T17:22:00+02:00 | 0 Comments

The subscription video on demand service Qwest TV was co-founded in 2017 by music mogul Quincy Jones and Réza Ackbaraly. The goal was to make a kind of Netflix for improvised music with a particular focus on jazz, funk, soul and global music.

Looking to satisfy the growing demand for streamed classical music concerts at home, Qwest TV has now also moved into classical music, with Qwest TV Classical.

With the expansion of Qwest TV Classical, they hope to capture the COVID livestreaming buzz with historic concert videos from dance, opera, orchestras, festivals, and recitals. Orchestra lovers will find a small but well-curated selection of concerts from the Berlin Philharmonic. You’ll also see a fair selection of operas, documentaries and some interesting historic concerts by virtuosi, including Lang Lang, Boris Berezovsky, Martha Argerich, Anner Bylsma, Frank Peter Zimmermann and others.

Via the link below Conservatorium Maastricht students and staff have free access to Qwest TV edu.

► Qwest TV Edu (attention: sometimes you have to click this link twice to get free access)

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