AT HOME RESOURCES: VIDEO PERFORMANCES
Below you'll find a list of organizations and individuals with full concert experiences online. If you like what you see/hear PLEASE CONSIDER DONATING to these organizations/individuals. Like so many people right now, performers who are not part of a unionized, salaried, orchestra are being hit very hard by concert and teaching cancellations. Support can come in many ways: $ donations are great, but also great is support through streaming. Listen to music from independent artists - stream their music on loop (and on silent) while you sleep at night - every .0001 cent helps! You can stream my music on silent loop from your favourite platform here ;)
ONLINE PERFORMANCES LIVESTREAMED FROM MUSICIANS' HOMES DURING COVID-19 SHUTDOWN
Live-streaming on facebook every Saturday at 3pm.
The launch of MCP’s CO-VIDeo Concerts aims to bring financial aid to our struggling MCP Artists, allow them a creative outlet, and give our audience the chance to continue to connect with MCP Artists and hear them perform. So once a week, every week, on Saturdays at 3 PM (EDT), MCP will present a one hour concert via Facebook livestream at our Facebook page (click here to access). Due to the necessity of social distancing, most performances will be solo, though as there are some MCP Artists who are married or family members living together, some chamber performances will be possible. Each will include information given by each MCP Artist about the works performed, as well as a description of their experience living in this new, ever-changing creative environment.
All proceeds donated during these concerts or with the indicated intent being for these concerts will be split evenly among the performers on each program. Donations can be made securely online via Paypal by clicking here or on the icon below, or for information on making donations by mail, please click here.
Livestreaming on ZOOM, every night, 7:00-8:30pm ET.
A brand new online event from Juilliard alum Nicholas King that features musical performances and intriguing discussions (about something other than toilet paper fights!) It's also an opportunity for us to support musicians who have had their concerts cancelled. Join us tonight for our first program over Zoom from 7:00-8:30pm ET.
HOW TO JOIN:
Fix yourself a drink
Click on this link
Enter the meeting ID: 2128233593
Join the fun
STREAM FOR FREE ANYTIME YOU WANT
ONLINE PERFORMANCES THAT HAVE ALWAYS BEEN FREE
The following selections are from some of my favourite independent/local artists/individuals - this is just a start - can't wait to hear about what you recommend as well!
Many artists upload videos of their performances to Youtube for free. Get lost in a youtube black hole of classical music videos - it can be quite fun! Use your discretion - sometimes the worst performances have the highest view-count and vice versa.
The last concert Emi played before the Covid-19 shutdown with the Handel and Haydn Society in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Unbelievable repository of HD videos of baroque music.
Watch Emi's performances with Voices of Music
Michael Hersch's gripping hour+ string quartet accompanied by the artwork by Michael Mazur that inspired it
Trinity has been live-streaming all of their arts (and religious) programming for a long time. You can access ALL OF IT on their website - all of Bach's cantatas, etc.
Classical meets jazz meets programmer, Dan is a f*ing genius and creates the most interesting and beautiful projects. Check out his most recent: Natural Machines
** He is the one who made the Major/minor triad earrings I was wearing in class!
The Netherlands Bach Society has video-recorded every piece by Bach in high definition and you can view/listen here.
ICE has been digitizing their concerts for a long time. View their archive here.
New York based chamber music collective made up of the stars of the new generation of classical music.