Tune in for top artists' behind-the-scenes stories, excerpts from past performances, and live musical moments. Coming soon: cellist Alisa Weilerstein plays and discusses Bach on May 28 at 2PM, and country singer Roseanne Cash explore protest songs on June 2 at 2PM.
Opera / Classical Music
Hear the latest in new music as the Digital Discovery Festival showcases emerging and established artists through livestreams and masterclasses - and check out archival footage of NS' last five years. Up next: pianist Conrad Tao on June 2 at 6PM.
Watch streams from the world-class opera house at 7:30pm EDT each night. This week: On May 28,Trojan epic Les Troyens; bel canto favorites La Sonnambula on May 29 and L'Elisir D'Amore on May 30; and Salome on May 31. (pictured: Renée Fleming in Rusalka).
Visit the Phil's new portal for performance footage past and new. On May 28 at 7:30PM, watch Itzhak Perlman's 1982 performance of Brahms' and Mendelssohn's violin concertos, and hear his recent interview with Alec Baldwin.
Take a front row seat to 15 years of performances with free archival videos from artists such as toy pianist Phyllis Chen, virtuoso vocalist Joseph Keckler and ensemble yMusic. Each Thursday at 5PM EST, a new video is posted and will remain available through the following Tuesday at 5PM EST.
Enjoy an escape from NYFOS’ resident emerging singers at Caramoor, The Art of Pleasure, with songs by artists from Rachmaninoff to Leonard Bernstein to the Kinks, and a dose of humor from Tom Lehrer and Gabriel Kahane.
Catch live chamber music "quarantine concerts" and watch parties of archival footage - and fill out the festival's survey to let them know how you'd like to experience this year's music - online, as a drive-in experience, or however you can imagine.
Connect digitally with string quartet ETHEL for premieres of full-length programs, livestreams, archival videos, and new programs with partners including The Metropolitan Museum of Art's Balcony Bar from Home series.
This new virtual concert and commissioning series features bite-sized performances of newly commissioned, classical, and contemporary works from musicians sheltering around the country (pictured: Clarice Assad).
From community gardens to mannequin showrooms, On Site Opera's performances take virtual concertgoing to new places. Watch archival footage othrough the end of June (pictured: Murasaki's Moon, photo by Stephanie Berger).
Join a virtual happy hour with a live musical soundtrack from Opera on Tap. Their online cabaret club includes nightly opera, classical, musical theater, comedy, singer-songwriters and creative mashups - some kid-friendly.
Explore the creative process of groundbreaking artists such as Pauline Oliveros, Robert Ashley, Sun Ra, Mary Halvorson, and Tyshawn Sorey through studio visits, performance footage, and interviews.