In these uncertain times, it is important that we still have access to wonderful classical music and inspiring digital content. Here is a growing list of upcoming and archival performances and contributions from some of our artists to help us all continue to enjoy classical music, and to get to know our artists in new ways, until the concert halls can reopen.
Search for the IAMA hashtag #keepthemusicgoing to find out more about our artists’ content
Upcoming digital performances, Q&As and playlists from our artists Week 25 May — 31 May:
Watch Martin Fröst perform as both conductor and soloist with Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra in a live stream on Wednesday 27 May202019.00. Programme includes: Astor Piazzolla — Oblivión, Aaron Copland — Clarinet Concerto, and Ludwig van Beethoven — Symphony No. 1.
Maxim Pascal and Le balcon perform a live-streamed concert ‘JE T’AIME, MAVIE’, on Wednesday 27 May19:00CEST, on lebalcon.tv and Medici.tv.
On Friday 29 May, join Mari Samuelsen for an intimate performance live from Newtone Studios in Norway, where she will be performing with some of her closest musical friends, and answering your questions. Tickets available now from Idagio.
Osmo Vänska conducts Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra in a live stream concert 20:00KST on Friday 29 May from the Concert Hall, Seoul Arts Centre. He will conduct Stravinsky Symphonies of Wind Instruments, Vaughan Williams’ Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis for string orchestra, and Mozart Symphony No.39. You can watch on YouTube or Facebook.
Jiří Rožeň conducts Prague Philharmonia at the Prague Spring Festival Friday 29 May 20:00BST from the Rudolfinum. The concert will feature the Czech premiere of Michael Nyman’s Concerto for Harpsichord and Strings with harpsichordist, Mahan Esfahani along with works by Martinů, Bach and Britten.
Incredible project from Gautier Capuçon where he launches “A summer in France”, a tour of French towns and villages where he will play outdoors. He’s waiting for your invitation!
Lisa Batiashvili will be featured on BBC3 In Tune on 4 June17:05 to talk about her new album and her current activities.
Catch these artists in their own on-line performances every week:
In order to stay connected and continue performing Alban Gerhardt has joined Patreon to share creative content with followers, musicians and music lovers during these difficult times. Gerhardt creates exclusive material including videos, blog-entries and podcasts.
Henri Demarquette is posting videos on his Twitter feed playing a range of repertoire on his cello, take a look here.
Goldmund Quartet have started a mini-series about their upcoming album Travel Diaries. Follow their Instagram page to find out more.
Martin Fröst has a Facebook series called ‘Weird Wednesdays’, where he experiments with unusual playing techniques. Don’t forget to tune in!
Catch up with Claire Chase every Saturday 5pm EST for a live-stream community meditation project on Zoom led by IONE and co-organised with International Contemporary Ensemble and Raquel Klein.
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