Stop by the Librarians' Lounge on Friday, May 31, from 2:00-3:00 p.m. to learn more about the Naxos Music Library, the comprehensive online collection of classical music.
Reps will be in the lounge to answer questions about the service, which offers more than 2.2 million tracks of classical music, jazz, world, folk and Chinese music, including orchestral works, concertos, chamber music, vocal and choral works, opera and operetta, ballet music, and film music.
The streaming service also offers users a wealth of information, including album notes and cover artwork, as well as more than 40,000 composer and artist biographies. And with no track limits or time limits, users can listen, watch, and read all day long. The service also offers great administrator features for librarians, including free MARC records, and mobile apps.
First launched in 1996, Naxos also offers spoken word, poetry, and a deep library of classic audobooks. The Naxos Music Library, launched in 2002, was the industry’s first subscription streaming platform, some four years ahead of Spotify.
Stop the lounge to learn more, and get a free 30-day trial.
Friday, May 31, 2:00-3:00 p.m., at the Publishers Weekly BookExpo Librarians’ Lounge (Booth 557).