The Big Move

Mark Gresham | 05 DEC 2019

Dear EarRelevant Readers:

As we near the end of the 2019 calendar year, EarRelevant officially still less than one year old as a full-time journal, but we are here for the long haul to provide you with the best coverage as “Atlanta’s voice for classical and post-classical music.”

We’re rapidly moving toward becoming a self-sustaining enterprise. Confident enough, in fact, that we’re moving EarRelevant to better, more expansive web hosting later this month – and for about the same price we have been paying already.


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We have been developing relationships and opportunities that will allow EarRelevant to grow and expand the music coverage that you love, including bringing in more top-notch writers with different voices, as well as our new Jazz & World channel. Our development is persistent and ongoing.

Anyone unaware of how young EarRelevant still is would never know it from our coverage of Atlanta’s classical and post-classical music scene, thanks to our experienced writers as well as some developing writers we are cultivating. We are grateful to all for their talents, skills and insights.

And we are grateful for you, our readers and supporters! We thank you for your support, both past and future, and we hope you will join or continue to be a part of our movement, our tribe, our cause on behalf of excellence in journalistic coverage of classical and post-classical music. As you plan your end-of-year giving and financial investment in the flourishing of our musical culture, remember EarRelevant and lend your support. It’s as easy as clicking here to make a contribution.* Or feel free to contact me directly about advertising at the e-mail address below. Thank you in advance, and our best wishes to you for the year-end Holidays.  ■

~Mark Gresham
publisher and principal writer
EarRelevant
earrekevant@luxnova.com
Lux Nova Press

Note: *EarRelevant is not a not-for-profit organization, but we invite your contributions based on the direct assessment of value of what we do, for both you and the music community at large, even without the tax break.


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