IDAGIO Launches in Japan, Announces More Live Concerts

To coincide with the live video stream of the Vienna Philharmonic‘s subscription concert in IDAGIO‘s Global Concert Hall on June 21, 11 am CEST, the classical music streaming platform will for the first time be available in Japan.

This international expansion will give music lovers in Japan access not only to IDAGIO’s Global Concert Hall, launched just three weeks ago, but also to its groundbreaking audio streaming service: a classical catalogue of over 2 million tracks in CD-quality sound distinguished by superior metadata, a search tailor-made for classical, and expert curation. Continue reading IDAGIO Launches in Japan, Announces More Live Concerts

IDAGIO Launches Global Concert Hall

IDAGIO has launched the Global Concert Hall, a new online concert venue made available to audiences worldwide. Artists and ensembles will use this audiovisual platform to offer their own exclusive digital concerts, and their audiences can support them directly from the comfort of their own homes with their ticket purchases.

At IDAGIO, artists are empowered in their creative endeavors through a wide-reaching platform which allows them to connect with existing fans, and enabled to share music that is meaningful to them with a broader audience. Continue reading IDAGIO Launches Global Concert Hall

IDAGIO Launches Real-Time Video Discussion Series

IDAGIO announced it will be expanding its music platform to provide users with a new and unique real-time video series called IDAGIO Live. With the launch of IDAGIO Live, users will be able to view exclusive live content with a line-up of classical musicians, ensembles and orchestras.

Thus, IDAGIO Live will help create a connection between audience and performers – bringing listeners closer to artists and the classical music community together in a time of limited social contact. Continue reading IDAGIO Launches Real-Time Video Discussion Series

IDAGIO Launches CarPlay Integration

IDAGIO is now integrated in Apple’s CarPlay, making in-car streaming a seamless experience.

IDAGIO is the first classical-only music streaming service offering a full Apple CarPlay integration. Multiple playback options for both IDAGIO Free and IDAGIO Premium users expand on-the-go listening capabilities.
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IDAGIO Named to TIME’s List of the 100 Best Inventions of 2019

TIME Magazine selected IDAGIO, the classical music audio streaming service, as one of the best inventions of 2019. The Berlin-based startup has been recognized for designing a platform that makes classical music available to people everywhere, irrespective of age, origin and income. Continue reading IDAGIO Named to TIME’s List of the 100 Best Inventions of 2019

IDAGIO Debuts Free Version Worldwide

IDAGIO is now available free of charge worldwide.

IDAGIO Free users can immerse themselves in the entire world of classical music with a catalog of over 2 million tracks, which corresponds to 15 years of back-to-back listening. Users will also have access to personalized recommendations and exclusive recordings from orchestras such as the Vienna Philharmonic and conductors such as Sir Simon Rattle and Valery Gergiev. Continue reading IDAGIO Debuts Free Version Worldwide

BluOS 3.6 Integrates IDAGIO Into BluOS Enabled Products

BluOS, the premium multi-room music management platform by Lenbrook International, just released version 3.6 of the BluOS system.

Users will be prompted to update their BluOS players, at which time they will gain access to two new streaming services – IDAGIO and Radio.com – as well as Google Assistant and support for MQA-CD in the NAD Masters M50.2 and the BLUESOUND VAULT. BluOS is the exclusive hi-res multi-room streaming partner for IDAGIO. Continue reading BluOS 3.6 Integrates IDAGIO Into BluOS Enabled Products

Vienna Philharmonic, IDAGIO Embark on Media Partnership

The Vienna Philharmonic and IDAGIO, the leading audio streaming service for classical music, announce the launch of their extensive media partnership in Vienna. IDAGIO will exclusively offer up to six selected subscription concerts per season for audio streaming. Additionally, members of the Vienna Philharmonic will recommend recordings and curate exclusive playlists.

The Vienna Philharmonic will also use the IDAGIO Global Artist Tools as a central element of their digital strategy. This will make it easy for orchestras and classical artists to reach listeners around the globe and make recordings available through their online channels. IDAGIO, which is based in Berlin, is the first music streaming service to become part of the Vienna Philharmonic’s media portfolio. Continue reading Vienna Philharmonic, IDAGIO Embark on Media Partnership

Nativ, IDAGIO Partner to Bring Lossless Classical Music Streaming to Audiophiles Around the World

Nativ and IDAGIO will be working together to provide users with the ultimate listening experience. With this new integration, classical music lovers will be able to stream the entire IDAGIO catalog, including over 1,000 labels, directly on the Vita’s beautiful 11.6” IPS Touchscreen. Continue reading Nativ, IDAGIO Partner to Bring Lossless Classical Music Streaming to Audiophiles Around the World

IDAGIO, MIDiA Research Publish New Study on Streaming and the Classical Music Market

Classical music streaming service IDAGIO has released “The Classical Music Market: Streaming’s Next Genre?”.

Conducted by media insights and analysis provider MIDiA Research, the comprehensive white paper dives deep into the classical music market, analysing classical music fans across eight major music markets including the US, UK, Germany, Austria, Denmark, Sweden, Mexico and South Korea. The paper explores not just the classical music market, but also the listening trends and behaviours of classical music listeners around the world.

With the report finding that classical music listeners are currently among the most engaged, it dispels some common myths about who classical music fans are and explores how streaming is enticing a new generation of listeners from across the globe to the genre. Continue reading IDAGIO, MIDiA Research Publish New Study on Streaming and the Classical Music Market

IDAGIO, muvac Partner to Simplify Audition Preparation

IDAGIO, the leading streaming service for classical music, and muvac (music vacancies), the leading platform for organizing auditions, are joining forces to offer musicians around the world a new tool to optimize their audition preparation. Through direct integration, vacancies will show the corresponding IDAGIO profile of the ensemble or orchestra, making their discography available immediately. It makes it easy for candidates to discover the sound of the orchestras and ensembles they are applying to. Continue reading IDAGIO, muvac Partner to Simplify Audition Preparation