We all know, and hopefully have experienced, music that lifts the soul. In Maura Hogan’s P&C article Sunday article (March 22) she mentions several opportunities to listen to music since we can’t go out for a concert. In this age of the coronavirus an increasing number of orchestra, symphonies, and bands have begun streaming their concerts so that we can watch them from the safety and comfort of our homes.
March 21 – We already told you about Abigail Kent, who was set to depart for her recital in pursuit of her doctoral degree in musical art at The Julliard School in New York. Instead of going in person, she is live streaming her recital at 4:00 pm today (March 21). Click here to watch on Facebook.
March 27 – The Charleston Symphony Orchestra will be streaming a concert that had been recorded previously, Pictures At An Exhibition. This concert will be digitally paired with Mary Whyte’s, We The People portrait series. It will be broadcast at 7:30 pm on March 27. Click here.
Chamber Music Charleston – CMC will be live streaming “Chamber Music Virtual Concerts” on Mondays at 7:00 pm through youtube. Click here to see the concerts.
The MET – The Metropolitan Opera offers The Met: Live in HD, a series of 10 opera performances from the 2019-2020 season that can be viewed online. They also offer performances from prior seasons to view online.
PBS – PBS offers a wide variety of music – – bluegrass to broadway, jazz to A Capital Fourth. Click here to see the many listings available to view on pbs.org.
We hope you enjoy these concerts and take some time to search these and other websites to find music worth listening to.