IDAGIO Partners with Burmester, Berlin’s High-End Audio Manufacturer
It gives users access to the complete IDAGIO catalogue, including the ability to search works and recordings through the app’s rich metadata, browse expert-curated playlists and recommendations on IDAGIO, and play their favorite tracks in lossless audio quality through their Burmester systems. The integration enables audiophiles around the world to experience classical music in the perfect blend of high-quality sound, technological innovation and timeless design.
IDAGIO offers over two million licensed tracks, exclusive recordings and playlists. The entire catalogue is available in lossless audio (FLAC, 16-bit 44.1 kHz) and offers a comprehensive range of recordings that are presented in an unembellished, authentic and honest way — values that are complemented by Burmester audio systems, who has been manufacturing high-end audio components of the highest quality since 1977. With this new integration, users will easily be able to play the full IDAGIO catalogue through their Burmester systems, using the app from their mobile device.
“We see ourselves as mediators who shine a light on art, without any need for retouching. With IDAGIO, we can now offer our worldwide customers the Burmester sound philosophy through the wonder of classical music,” says Andreas Henke, CEO of Burmester. “Users can now experience the charm and atmosphere of their works and respective periods — a time before social media, without filters and enhancers or digitalization and distortion.”
IDAGIO founder and CEO Till Janczukowicz: “More than 35 percent of people worldwide love classical music. It is not only the most global, but also one of the most popular music genres. Through our uncompromising focus on classical music and technology we strive to elevate the genre and its creators in extraordinary ways. Partnering with Burmester allows us to create a unique classical music experience which is one of its kind: the entire world of classical music available in a sound that couldn’t be closer or more immediate.”