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There’s nothing complicated about classical music. It’s just music. 

Thoroughly Good celebrates classical music, demonstrating how the art-form has a life-affirming impact on the lives of others

The stories we tell about the things we love have the power to inspire others to embark on a journey of discovery. 

Thoroughly Good uses this principle as a starting point for every piece of content published on its channels.

This authentic Thoroughly Good approach triggers the curious and open-minded to embark on new discoveries.  

About Thoroughly Good

Thoroughly Good provides digital content services for arts organisations in the UK, building strategies, creating plans, and producing fresh and authentic content that reaches new audiences.

Jon Jacob set up Thoroughly Good in 2005 first as a blog and podcast documenting his love of the BBC Proms and the Eurovision.

Since building a wide and varied network, he launched Thoroughly Good as a digital content and training and development consultancy in 2017.


Thoroughly Good now works with organisations in the arts, media, broadcasting, education, manufacturing sectors in the UK and across the world.

News, Reviews and Opinion

Halle premieres Huw Watkins’ Symphony No. 2

They are a phenomenal band. The strings are powerful, responsive and dynamic. The woodwind ensemble is not like anything I have heard in the UK in recent years. Crystal clear articulation, a beautiful melding of timbres throughout, and the sweetest, clearest, most delectable of flute sounds crowning the lot.


Sharing recent news with my octogenarian mother, the person who set me on a path to classical music.


The Thoroughly Good Classical Music Podcast is available on Spotify, Apple, or Audioboom.