How to watch Mozart in the Jungle for FREE: the classical world turned rock and roll

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MOZART in the Jungle is an Amazon original TV drama inspired by Blair Tindall’s memoir of the same name.

It follows a fictional New York Symphony and the dramas that go on backstage.

How to watch Mozart in the Jungle for FREE
There’s more drama to this show about the classical music scene than you might think
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Sex, drugs, love, ambition and music lead the way in this show about musicians trying to find themselves – while attempting to secure their name in the classical world in New York and beyond.

The intimate drama that brings a rock and roll spin to classical music, has won several awards including Emmys and Golden Globes, so it’s critically-acclaimed.

If it sounds intriguing, the good news is you can access it on Amazon free of charge.

Simply sign up for a Prime membership, which gives you unlimited access to TV shows and films for 30 days, and Mozart in the Jungle will be available to watch.

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Just make sure you cancel before the 30 days is up, to ensure you aren’t charged for the following month.

Amazon has the full four seasons ready to watch, which is 40 episodes to get through – all 25-30 minutes long.

This fictional drama looks at artists finding their way – and sometimes having to face a nasty world within the classical music scene – in order to survive in the tough industry.

It also has nods in places to Blair Tindall’s life when she was part of the New York Philharmonic.

The show also tries to reflect the real state of the classical music world: in episode one, it reveals that the symphony is struggling for money –  the New York City Opera filed for bankruptcy and shut down in 2013.

How to watch Mozart in the Jungle for FREE
Mozart in the Jungle is an Amazon Original series so you’ll need Prime to access it
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Whether a classical fanatic or not, the beautiful music, juxtaposed with the bed-hopping will no doubt keep you interested.

This show is an Amazon Original, so Amazon Prime is the only place to access it.

But if you’ve already used up a 30-day free membership before, you won’t be able to do so again.

Instead, you’ll either need to buy the seasons, or pay for a Prime membership – the latter being the cheapest option.

A Prime subscription is just £5.99 per month for Video – or £7.99 if you want the added perks of next day delivery on selected products, music streaming and Kindle book rentals for nothing.

As for the cost of buying season one, you could have two months of a video subscription, we know which we’d rather.

You really do get more bang for your buck, so check out your sign up options here.

Just remember to cancel your trial (before the end of the trial period) or subscription if you no longer need it, or you’ll be automatically charged on a monthly basis.


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