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Monday, December 22, 2008


CLASSICFEEL magazine now launches new website.

The well-known and respected publication CLASSICFEEL proudly presents its new website – a vision of colour and style. Accept the invitation to visit CLASSICFEEL’s brand-new online ambassador and be treated to a fresh, vibrant and always sophisticated experience.

CLASSICFEEL has established itself as the country’s premier arts and culture magazine. As Lore Watterson, the magazine’s publisher, explains, the website offers loyal readers greater access to the magazine and extends the magazine’s reach substantially – like the international exchange with our partners. “It was time to create a website that reflects the growth we have experienced as a magazine over the past few years. The website is a perfect vehicle to showcase the diversity of our music, arts, culture and lifestyle magazine and to appeal to a broader audience.”

The website embodies the cornerstones of CLASSICFEEL’s success: class, arts and culture, quality information and entertainment. Designed with a sophisticated reader in mind, the website is easy to navigate and contains the wealth of quality information for which the magazine has been become known. The dynamic website showcases the best in classical and jazz music, the visual arts, film, theatre, literature, design, as well as food and travel, together with the latest news, CLASSICFEEL exclusives and upcoming events.

In keeping up with the latest technological trends the CLASSICFEEL website also boasts a music sampler that allows readers to listen to snippets of the latest music releases from artists such as Katherine Jenkins, Sarah Brightman and many more. Readers can enter the magazine’s competitions online and view information about subscriptions, while advertisers can obtain information on how to advertise in the magazine and on the website directly from the site.

For a journey through the world of arts and culture with a fresh touch, visit CLASSICFEEL’s recently launched website at

artSMart Editor Caroline Smart writes a regular column titled Durban Smarts and the magazine can be found at the following CNA outlets in KZN: Amanzimtoti; Gateway; La Lucia; Margate; Midlands Mall; Musgrave Centre; Pavilion; Port Shepstone; Shelly Beach and Umhlanga. ClassicFeel is also available at Exclusive Books at Durban International Airport; Gateway; Kloof; La Lucia; Midlands Mall and Westville or Musica Megastore at Gateway.