For music lovers everywhere, whether you want to have a go at making music on your iPad or you just want to get swept away by your favourite tunes, look no further. From klezmer to classical, sit back and enjoy!
The Great British Home Chorus has been set up to bring professional and amateur singers and musicians together during the coronavirus pandemic. If you want to participate, sign up and get singing!
Click www.decca.com/greatbritishhomechorus to access.
For live music fans everywhere, NPR Music has compiled a listing of live audio and video streaming events, categorised by genre, which they will be updating regularly.
Click www.npr.org/2020/03/17/816504058/a-list-of-live-virtual-concerts-to-watch-during-the-coronavirus-shutdown to access.
For classical music lovers, Classic FM has put together its list of the best live streaming classical music concerts online.
Click www.classicfm.com/music-news/live-streamed-classical-music-concerts-coronavirus to access.
The Royal Albert Hall has set up the Royal Albert Home streaming service, bringing a range of performances to you live from performers’ living rooms.
Click www.royalalberthall.com/tickets/series/royal-albert-home to access.
Neil Young is offering his Fireside Sessions, live concerts straight from his living room.
Click www.neilyoungarchives.com/news/4/article?id=Subscriber-Fireside-Sessions-to-stream-from-NYA to access.
Musician and scholar, Jeremiah Lockwood, explores various debates among cantors and their critics in the early 20th century. Lockwood is joined by Golden Age revivalist, Cantor Yoel Kohn, who sings a number of classics.
Missing live music? Witness the stunning acoustics of the world-famous Sydney Opera House with this virtual tour, which also features a performance by Australian opera singer Nicole Car and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra. Front-row seats for free!
In celebration of Beethoven’s 250th birthday, the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance has created a series of 3 beautiful concerts, straight from the academy’s hall to you. Performances feature Beethoven’s 3rd Cello Sonata, the “Ghost” and “Archduke” piano trios and much more!
Click here: www.jamd.ac.il/en/node/6741
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’s website features their entertaining ‘RPO At Home’ page, which allows you to watch a host of videos, productions and online premieres. Their selection of fun games & quizzes will also help keep your brain busy. Also available is an explorative podcast series, which takes you behind the scenes at this national institution.
Click here: www.rpo.co.uk/rpo-at-home
Or click here: www.rpo.co.uk/about/podcast
Check out this fascinating talk, given by Dr. Vanessa Paloma Elbaz entitled ''JMI: Sonic Resistance During Nazism - The Role of Judeo-Arabic Songs in the Maghreb''.
Click here: https://jewishonline.jw3.org.uk/blog/jmi-sonic-resistance-during-nazism-the-role-of-judeo-arabic-songs-in-the-the-maghrebnbsp
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