As we all have some at-home time on our hands, we thought we might share a few music resources for you and your families to enjoy.
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The Detroit Symphony has concerts available from the last several seasons.
The Kennedy Center
Watch extraordinary performances from the Kennedy Center's stages and beyond. They'll feature original works, new clips, and the best of their vast archive which you can also explore on your own.
The Lincoln Center
The Lincoln Center At Home offers a variety of concerts and services for adults and children, from lunchtime concerts to activities for the young or youg-at-heart. Check out their celandar of at-home events.
The Metropolitan Opera
You can stream handpicked past performances of the Met’s Live in HD series each night right from the organization’s website. The performances will go live at 7:30 p.m. ET and will remain active for 20 hours.
San Francisco Symphony
During this pause of live performances, Music Director Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony’s groundbreaking Keeping Score project is now available for free global online streaming on the SF Symphony’s YouTube channel. Three episodes are already available on their YouTube channel, and additional episodes will be released each week through April 11, 2020.
The musicians of the Seattle Symphony have generously volunteered to share free broadcasts with everyone during this time of uncertainty. All broadcasts can be streamed through the Symphony’s social media channels.
Yo Yo Ma's Encouraging Songs of Comfort
A segment of PBS NewsHour in which Yo-Yo Ma encourags 'Songs of Comfort' amid global crisis