At Naxos we are committed to providing resources and solutions for students, educators and library users of all ages.

From the largest classical streaming site in the world to our interactive and colourful resource for school-age children and families, we offer tools to help with the delivery of the UK National Curriculum for Music in schools, and to bring classical, jazz and world music to a wider audience via public libraries and universities.

All our digital resources are made available via annual subscription: for individual subscription prices please visit the relevant sites using the links below. For educational institutions, libraries and other musical organisations, contact our dedicated Music Education Manager Julian Edwards.
Tel: +44 (0)7768 448381

The world’s largest classical music streaming facility with 2.7 million tracks from all major labels, with a bespoke playlist facility. Also offers a huge written resource bank with full opera libretti, essays and study guides. Available via desktop or app.

Our colourful interactive dive into the world of music for junior and early secondary school students and families. Has downloadable support material for teachers, lots of fun graded activities and over 4000 listening and video examples.

Thousands of bestsellers, classics, plays and poetry read aloud by eminent performers and actors. A very versatile resource suitable for school English, Drama and MFL departments, libraries and ESOL institutions. Available on desktop or mobile app.

Over 3500 live music events, including operas and concerts. Also features music documentaries, masterclasses and other music-related programmes.

A comprehensive resource of programme notes on thousands of composers and unrecorded works, suitable for any digital or written concert programme. Contains notes on thousands of as yet unrecorded works.

Nearly 22,000 albums from classic to contemporary, complete with sleeve notes and biographies, including the Warner Jazz and Fantasy labels. Also available via an app.

Recordings from over 32000 artists from over 1500 different cultures in 150 countries. Includes all Smithsonian Folkways and ARC recordings. Also available via an app.