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GroupAllegro Media Group is one of the premier independent distributors in North America. Founded over two decades ago, we began as a Classical music import service known simply as Allegro. In 1982, brothers Joe, Vince, and Rico Micallef purchased Allegro from its original owner, implemented new systems, and quickly moved the company to the forefront of state-of-the-art entertainment distribution. The growth of Allegro was complemented by the acquisition of NewSound, Music Design, NAIL, and Softland, to name a few. These divisions have given Allegro an unparalleled breadth of distribution capabilities. To better reflect the products and services offered, Allegro was renamed Allegro Media Group in 2009. Today our catalog includes both music and video titles from a broad range of genres. We leave no stone unturned in seeking both new markets and providing quality products. We are a customer-focused organization committed to fostering strong working relationships with the labels we represent, the retailers we serve, and the consumers that purchase our products direct. Our strengths as a corporation leverage the skills, knowledge, and creativity of our employees, comprised of a healthy mix of music and business professionals. This is best reflected in our Values Statement: Allegro Media Group is committed to being the leading independent distributor and marketer of entertainment products in North America. The Allegro Media Group team strives to provide reliable and efficient services with integrity, innovation, and persistence. We are a growing, successful company that values active and open communication to nurture strategic alliances in all of our relationships. Allegro Media Group promotes personal, professional, and corporate growth while encouraging teamwork and a sense of community. Allegro Media Group embraces an atmosphere that rewards performance with mutual respect and trust, creating an enjoyable and supportive environment. We, the owners and employees of Allegro Media Group, hold ourselves accountable to each other and these values and consider them essential to our mutual success. Simply put, Allegro Media Group is a dynamic, aggressive organization on the cutting edge of customer-focused service, retail music distribution, internet sales, and music licensing.
GroupBYU Music Group consists of two record labels, BYU Records and Tantara Records. BYU Records identifies, records, and markets performances from BYU School of Music student ensembles, such as BYU Vocal Point, BYU’s 9-man a cappella group who was seen on NBC’s 2011 season of “The Sing-Off”; BYU Men’s Chorus, who at 180 members is one of the largest all-male choirs in the US; and BYU Synthesis, who was voted “Top University Jazz Big Band in the Country” by Downbeat magazine in 2013. The BYU Records catalog includes classical, choral, pop, Broadway, jazz, and world music. Visit www.BYURecords.com for more information. Tantara Records identifies, records, and markets performances from BYU School of Music faculty artists and composers, and other BYU related music makers, including the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Grant Johannesen, and The American Piano Duo. Its catalog includes classical, choral, contemporary, and jazz offerings. Visit www.TantaraRecords.com for more information. BYU Music Group is an enterprise center in the School of Music at Brigham Young University, and part of the College of Fine Arts and Communications.
GroupEssential Media Group LLC. is a South Florida based record label specializing in multiple genres encompassing all eras of Folk, Blues, Jazz, Classical, World, Rock, R&B and Pop including current Hip Hop, Dancehall, Reggaeton and Dance/Electronic Music.
We have provided services to a wide range of clients. For major labels to Film & TV projects, our catalog of past and future hits has proven invaluable. Some of our clientele have included: HBO Films, Paramount , Time Life, Universal Music, Warner Bros, Sony Music, SMI, Virgin America, BMG, BMG Ariola, EMI, Kiddix GmbH, Ministry Of Sound, Telstar, Motor Music GmbH and many many more.
Catalog highlights include current artists such as Baby Bash, Jordan Knight and Third World - Jazz greats such as Django Reinhardt, Coleman Hawkins, Charlie Parker and Grant Green - Folk music pioneers such as John Jacob Niles, Etta Baker, Paul Clayton, The Clancy Brothers, Ewan MacColl and Odetta - Blues masters such as Albert King, J.B. Lenoir, Lightnin' Hopkins, Snooky Pryor, Sonny Terry, Mississippi Fred McDowell - Classical icons such as master cellist Janos Starker, violinist extraordinaire David Oistrakh, modern composer Arnold Schönberg and much more.
Folk, Blues, Jazz, World, Dance, Hip-Hop, Electronica, Rock, Americana, Pop, Classical, Cuban music - all this adds up to one of the most diverse catalogs in the industry, encompassing all genres with exclusive content.
GroupSince 1987, Naxos has redefined how classical music is presented and marketed. Innovative strategies of recording exciting new repertoire with exceptional talent have enabled the label to develop one of the largest and fastest growing catalogues of unduplicated repertoire available anywhere--currently over 2500 titles--with state-of-the-art sound and consumer-friendly prices. Naxos is the brainchild of Klaus Heymann, a German-born entrepreneur and music lover based in Hong Kong. To boost the sales for his electronics equipment company, Heymann began organising concerts of classical music in Hong Kong sponsored by Bose and Revox. When visiting artists involved in the concerts discovered that their records could not be found in Hong Kong shops, record distribution became an additional enterprise of Heymann's company. Another result of the classical concerts was Heymann's marriage to Takako Nishizaki, a world-class Japanese violinist. Heymann decided to make recordings with Nishizaki, one of the first recordings being The Butterfly Lovers Concerto. The recording met with immediate success and sold hundreds of thousands of copies across Asia, compelling Heymann to start HK, a record label devoted to Chinese symphonic music. Success continued, and the desire to record Western repertoire blossomed into Marco Polo, a label offering primarily rare symphonic repertoire composed in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. When manufacturing costs of compact discs dropped in 1986, Klaus Heymann saw an opportunity for a budget-priced CD label-a label that could offer customers classical CDs for the same price as LPs. The first Naxos releases were a success, and the young, independent label began to build its catalogue by recording standard repertoire with young or unknown artists. As the popularity of Naxos began to increase with little or no competition from the major labels, the company developed into a full-fledged classical label offering a full range of classical music to beginners and collectors, with little or no duplication of repertoire. Naxos CDs today continue to retail at a cost similar to their original introductory prices. Costs are kept to a minimum by focusing on the music rather than the artist-money is not wasted on expensive artist promotions, and profits are invested into recordings of new music rather than multiple versions of standard repertoire already in the catalogue. Naxos recordings include complete cycles or cycles-in-progress of basic repertoire such as the complete works of Chopin or the complete string quartets of Haydn, but the label also has ventured into rarities and contemporary works, including recordings of repertoire by Joachim Raff, William Henry Fry, and Krzysztof Penderecki. Naxos is also active in the DVD business and now distributes Arthaus and BBC/Opus Arte DVDs world-wide as well as TDK in most major markets, and the company also has begun releasing recordings in the DVD-Audio format. Naxos has been aggressive in the development of educational and outreach materials, specifically designed to introduce new listeners to the joys of classical music. Two resources at the forefront of this effort are Naxos.com, the company's comprehensive music website complete with composer biographies and online listening, and Naxos AudioBooks, the award-winning label which incorporates Naxos recordings of music into fine readings of classic literature. The Naxos label also has gained stature by pioneering groundbreaking projects like the American Classics series. Currently numbering at about 100 titles, the series is set to be the most comprehensive recording project of American concert music ever attempted. Naxos is also leading the field with the landmark Naxos Historical Series. The releases in this massive restoration project are engineered by leading restoration engineers/artists. The series covers all genres of classical music as well as legends of jazz and pop music from the first half of the 20th Century. Other notable Naxos series include Japanese Classics, Spanish Classics, Early Music, Organ Encyclopaedia, the Guitar Collection, and Opera Classics. The catalogue of Naxos World, a pioneering world music label, includes international music of many different cultures and genres, folk, pop and classical alike. Through these and other accomplishments, Naxos has become the World's leading Classical Music label, garnering awards from major music publications including Gramophone Awards and numerous Editor's Choices, GRAMMY nominations, nominations and wins for the Cannes Classical Awards, and AFIM nominations and awards. Naxos offers music lovers a veritable encyclopaedia of music, all at an affordable price.Site Wide Tags: Classical
GroupX5 Music Group is European based with New York City offices. X5 is an Independent music label specialized in the digital download market. X5 licenses digital rights from selected media partners for the sales and marketing of music. X5 product portfolio currently contains about 80,000 masters in various genres. The products are marketed and sold via a wide range of on-line music stores, mobile operators and mobile handset manufacturers on a global basis.