Highlights

New York Times - December 4, 2016
I Went to My First Classical Music Concert. It Was in My Living Room.

CNBC - November 3, 2016
Like Uber...but for a live orchestra in your home

Wired - October 14, 2016
Uber, But for Millennials Who Want Orchestras in Their Living Rooms

CBS Nightly News - November 4, 2015
A Classical Music House Call

The Wall Street Journal - November 30, 2014
Chamber Music for the Millennial Generation

NPR - The Takeaway - May 1, 2014
How House Parties & Millennials Will Save Classical Music

Time Magazine - April 23, 2014
Startup Bets on Millennials and House Parties to Save Classical Music

The Boston Globe - February 25, 2014
Expanding minds, social circles through classical music

The Guardian - February 7, 2014
Chamber music in your home? It's a great idea, but it's an old one!


All coverage

Last updated December, 2016.

New York Times - December 4, 2016
I Went to My First Classical Music Concert. It Was in My Living Room.

CNBC - November 3, 2016
Like Uber...but for a live orchestra in your home

Wired - October 14, 2016
Uber, But for Millennials Who Want Orchestras in Their Living Rooms

CS Monitor - February 9, 2016
Groupmuse offers a classical ‘party in a box’

Upworthy - October 5, 2015
Would you attend a concert in a stranger's living room?

WBUR - September 14, 2015
Partying To Classical Music, Dancing With The Stars (Like Stravinsky)

Cleveland Classical - September 9, 2015
Groupmuse concept comes to Cleveland for inaugural classical houseparty on September 18 in Lakewood

Washington Magazine - August 28, 2015
How Classical Music House Concerts Became a Thing in DC

East Bay Express - August 21, 2015
Best Intimate Concerts

DPMQ - August 21, 2015
The Return to Musical Salons

The Seattle Times Company - August 14, 2015
The Seattle woman who links classical music and living rooms

Impakter - July 2, 2015
Groupmuse: Because art is better with your friends

The Arts Fuse - June 18, 2015
Fuse Tech: Interview with Sam Bodkin, Founder and CEO of Groupmuse

NewMusicBox - May 12, 2015
From Groupmuse to the BSO: Show-hopping in Boston

Sinfini Music - May 5, 2015
Latest: Groupmuse USA

Brokelyn - March 26, 2015
Come over, Beethoven: You can bring a symphony into your living room for just $10

Brooklyn Based - February 26, 2015
BYOB House Concerts Will Change Your Mind About Classical Music

The Guardian - February 4, 2015
Why the hottest new arts venue is your living room

Interlude - November 12, 2014
Are We Going to Party?

East Bay Express - October 22, 2014
A New Stage for Classical Music

Petaluma 360 - August 14, 2014
Classic music in the living room?

Dallas Observer - July 29, 2014
The Best Classical Concert in Dallas This Month Could Happen In Your Living Room

Sound of Boston - July 17, 2014
Groupmuse: Making Classical Music Young again

The Bold Italic - July 11, 2014
3 Ways To Go To A Living Room Concert In SF

CityArts - June 25, 2014
Get Into the Groupmuse

The Arts Fuse - June 18, 2014
Fuse Tech: Interview with Sam Bodkin, Founder and CEO of Groupmuse

Future of StoryTelling - June 9, 2014
From the Orchestra App to Groupmuse

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra - June 1, 2014
Party Like It's 1799

Jewish Boston - May 15, 2014
Muse & Schmooze: Couchsurfing, Meet Groupmuse

San Francisco Chronicle - May 9, 2014
Groupmuse bringing chamber music to Bay Area living rooms

The Walkup - April 21, 2014
Groupmuse

Classicalite - March 17, 2014
EXCLUSIVE: Classicalite Q&A with Groupmuse Founder Sam Bodkin

The Classical Dark Arts - February 9, 2014
Kid ‘n Play Present: A Classical Music House Party

Improper Bostonian - February 03, 2014
Group Dynamic

Concert Window - January 29, 2014
This Company Is Making Classical Music Relevant Again

Slate - January 21, 2014
Requiem - Classical music in America is dead

Dig Boston - December 3, 2013
Review: Groupmuse

BostInno - October 14, 2013
This Startup Wants to Bring a String Quartet to Your Next House Party

Tastemakers - May 1, 2013
High Art Lost & Found: Groupmuse

The Artery - April 24, 2013
Roll Over, Beethoven. Tell Tchaikovsky About Groupmuse.

The Boston Globe - April 06, 2013
The millennial generation, in A flat

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