Tonight, April 29. 7:30—Timo Andres will live stream a recital he was schedule to give at Carnegie Hall, same Bat-Time, same Bat-Channel. I was planning on reviewing this, so was feeling the loss, and now some gain. Tune in at his YouTube channel above or via this link. Here’s the program, it’s the good stuff: …
The scratch for the stir-crazy itch is to be elsewhere, and there’s nothing that takes you farther from where you are than sounds from someplace different than your own.
At the American Opera Project website, [www.aopopera.org], you can view four recent operas:
Roswell Rudd was a great trombonist, not just in handling the instrument and playing in bands, but in the way of the rollicking, gutbucket spirit of the instrument.
What’s the opposite of collateral damage? One of the weird products of halls shutting down and people shutting themselves in is that there are performance experiences (albeit streaming) that would otherwise be totally unavailable.
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.