Are you planning a concert or releasing a recording or DVD? Have our respected, experienced reviewers , who have been published in reputable publications such as The New York Times and Gramophone, attend your event and publish a review for the world to see, without any concern that your concert won’t be covered.
In these economic and cultural times, when arts sections are being reduced or classical music coverage has been eliminated all together, New York Concert Review is filling in the gap and making sure you’re noticed. One of our distinguished reviewers will attend your concert or event, and publish a thoroughly professional, objective, constructive, and informative review. And because we are exclusively an online magazine, it will be our focus to make our coverage almost instantly available to managements, public relations representatives, teachers, artists and audiences worldwide.
In addition, and quite uniquely, our reviewers are also musicians themselves, adding more depth and comprehension to the elements of performance they write about. New York Concert Review, now in its 21st season, is an invaluable tool for all performers.
1. Tell us about yourself.
Please complete and submit the form below and we will assign one of our reviewers to review your concert, recording, or DVD. Please note that a review will be scheduled only after we receive your payment.
2. Submit your payment.
Review fees are $465. If you are paying by credit card or with PayPal, please use the PayPal link below. If you prefer to pay by check or money order, we’ll contact you with the address to send your payment. In the extremely unlikely event your performance does not get reviewed, you will receive a full refund within ten days.
3. Send us your photo, flyer, and program.
Send us an email with your identified photo, flyer and program, at least three weeks before your event. Please put your name in the subject line.
4. Don’t forget to leave us tickets to your concert.
Please be sure to leave two tickets for New York Concert Review, Inc. at the box office. If your event is at Stern Auditorium, Carnegie Hall, please leave the tickets at the backstage box office on West 56th Street.