Tate Meets Mozart

DIGITAL PREMIERE! On Sunday, May 30, 2021 at 5 PM CT | 4 PM MT, experience your Symphony musicians performing Mozart’s masterful Flute Quartet No. 1, Chickasaw composer Jerod Impichchaachaaha’ Tate's (a ChoralQuest composer) Raccoon Talk for Solo Violin, Cherokee and Quapaw composer Louis Ballard’s Ritmo Indio, Francisco Braga’s A Sonorous Dialogue to the Moon, […]

Neave Trio Performs Music by Clara Schumann and Astor Piazzolla on Virtual Concert Presented by The Center for Arts in Natick (TCAN)

American Composers Orchestra (ACO) continues its series of Composer to Composer Talks, which features major American composers in conversation with each other about their work and leading a creative life. The intergenerational discussions will begin by exploring a single work with one composer interviewing the other. Attendees will gain insight to each work’s genesis, sound, […]

C4 Presents: Our Voices

C4 presents their eighth #C4GoesRemote livestream concert: Our Voices. Hear the latest in choral music, performed LIVE by singers across the US! Date & Time: Thursday, May 27, 2021 at 7:30 PM CT | 8:30 PM ET Our program will include the following pieces: Austrian Suite by David See - world premiere My Voice by […]


Album Release: Minneapolis-based Composer / Director JG Everest (a 2019 McKnight Composer Fellow) returns to Grand Marais, MN to present his site-specific “Spring Sound Garden” performance installation at Harbor Park on May 29 & 30 as part of the annual ART ALONG THE LAKE open gallery tour event. This self-guided, spatial “concert you can move […]

SRS @ Home – Family Concert

Santa Rosa Symphony (SRS) presents a virtual concert experience on Saturday, May 29, 2021 at 5 PM CST | 3 PM PST on YouTube. It will be accompanied by excerpts curated by Music Director Francesco Lecce-Chong from the Symphony’s 2020-2021 SRS at home concerts. Prior to each piece, Lecce-Chong, joined each time by a different […]

The Illustrated Pianist

THE ILLUSTRATED PIANIST is an in-person multimedia concert of all new piano works inspired by Ray Bradbury's timeless book The Illustrated Man. In celebration of the American author’s 100th birthday, pianist and composer Nicole Brancato brings together 9 brilliant pianists who double as performers and composers, including Geoffrey Burleson, Anthony de Mare, Kathleen Supové, Jed […]


MENDI+KEITH OBADIKE | LULL: a sleep temple (2020)

Lull, a sleep temple is an overnight musical work. In this project Mendi + Keith Obadike create a sonic environment for rest. The 8 hour livestream uses field recordings, analog synths, and slow-moving harmonies from pianos, guitars, banjos, bell plates, and elongated melodies to create a field of sound for dreaming. At the center of the work is […]

Ensemble Ipse – Streaming Concert of Recent Pieces

Ensemble Ipse is pleased to present this streaming concert of recent pieces: Evan Williams – “Cantigas" - Complete NY Premiere Stephanie Griffin - “Four Bonangs” Seong Ae Kim - “Garak” Elizabeth Hoffman - “For Margaret: Bloom Back Brighter” - NY Premiere Philip Schuessler - “Patchwork Vespers” - NY Premiere Date & Time: Sunday, May 30, […]

Virtual Sacred Masterworks

Virtual Sacred Masterworks is a brand new digital concert release featuring 11 new pre-recorded songs! Access to this production will be available for unlimited on-demand streaming for three months. A balance between familiar and new, Virtual Sacred Masterworks combines the traditions of classical composers, such as Mozart and Brahms, with thrilling works from Black, Indigenous, and People of […]

Kind of Blue Revisited

The Larry McDonough Sextet returns to the Dakota to stream a celebration the birthday of Miles Davis, born on May 26, 1926, in Alton, Illinois. It also is the 61st year since the release and performance of the legendary Miles Davis album Kind of Blue. The Larry McDonough Sextet will perform a set of all […]

Spring Garden Concert

"Join us as we celebrate a return to in-person choral singing. This is the first live, in-person performance for the SD Master Chorale in over a year. Moving our program to an outdoor venue creates an opportunity for us to share the joy of live, choral music and introduce music that honors the beautiful, and […]

ACF Artist Equity Study Group

Tish Jones, Poet and Artist organizer, is our special guest for the June ACF Artist Equity Study Group. Tish will share their perspective on community-focused art projects and how to build a genuine connection and sustainable impact as an artist. Founder & Executive Director of TruArtSpeaks - an arts & culture nonprofit based in Saint […]