Berkshire Review, an International Journal for the Arts

The Berkshire Review an International Journal for the Arts, is an online arts magazine, dedicated to providing in-dpeth, expert articles, reviews, previews and interviews on all the arts: classical music, opera, theater, dance, art, photography, architecture, cinema, literature, as well as travel and food & drink. Founded in 2007, in the Berkshires, to cover the prestigious summer arts festivals and museums and winter events in New York and Boston, the Review rapidly developed an international audience, which now amounts to over 1,150,000 hits per month, more than 21,000 visitors, and 35,000 visits. While almost a third of these are in Europe and half in North America, there is a strong loyal readership in Australia. We have covered the Edinburgh Festival, the BBC Proms, the Tanglewood Festival, the Williamstown Theatre Festival, the Bayreuth Festival, the Metropolitan Opera, Carnegie Hall, BAM, Covent Garden, the Opéra national de Paris, La Fenice, and many more.

Michael Miller, Publisher and Editor

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Operating

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Employee Count Range: 

2-10

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Privately Held

Founded year: 

2007

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