After an excellent first live streaming concert, Third Coast Percussion is back again tonight…
Today, March 27, 1pm EST, you can watch a streaming orchestral concert, played live.
There is so much streaming music, live and archived, now available that it’s getting close to the experience of being in New York City and trying to make impossible choices over what to see and what to sacrifice.
One of the quirks of the COVID-19 Culture Closure (CV19CC?) is that there are now more chances to experience a lot of music that normally would come only intermittently. Shit ain’t normal.
Orphax has released the recording he made during his Sunday streaming concert.
Late Monday afternoon, the New York Philharmonic sent out notice that they are cancelling concerts through June 13—in other words, the entirety of their remaining 2019/20 season.
Starting today, Sunday, March 22, pianist Fred Hersch will be streaming sets from his home on his Facebook page, 1pm EST daily.
Out of necessity (and not a little desperation) I’ve caught three live-streaming/no-audience concerts over the last week or so, and each one has been excellent.