Pizzicato (magazine)

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Editor-in-chiefRemy Franck
CategoriesClassical Music
Year founded1991
LanguageGerman / French

Pizzicato is a magazine published monthly in Luxembourg by Artevents Ltd., devoted to classical music. The magazine contains news, features and interviews as well as CD and DVD reviews. It was founded in 1991 by the Luxembourgish journalist Remy Franck. He is also editor-in-chief of the magazine,[1] which is a member in the Jury of the International Classical Music Awards, ICMA. It also has its own awards in each edition: Excellentia and Supersonic Award has existed since 1995. Monthly there are one Excellentia and several Supersonic Awards.

Pizzicato's printed format is A4. The print edition has a circulation of 4000 in Luxembourg, Germany, France and Belgium and in several other countries.


  1. ^ "Luxembourg's Chopin Master". Luxembourg for Business. 31 October 2012. Retrieved 11 May 2015.

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