When you can’t go to the concert, the concert comes to you…

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In the wake of our first weeks of isolating, there is an ever-expanding list of shows and musical events that you can enjoy from the comfort of your sofa, or bed – we won’t judge. Who says you have to go out to have a good time?

These historic times have led to an exciting surge in innovation from entertainers to reach us right in our living rooms with their creativity and skill. We’ve got you tickets for the best seats in the house with our list of the best upcoming streaming concerts from around the world.

Dress up for the occasion, close your eyes, and let the music transport you.

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Classical music organisations live-streaming, or that have made their concert archives available online

The Metropolitan Opera – ‘Nightly Met Opera Streams’

Visit: metopera.org

Royal Opera House – ‘Curated online broadcasts’

Visit: youtube.com or facebook.com

Budapest Festival Orchestra – ‘Quarantine Soirées’

Visit: bfz.hu

Living Room Live – ‘Live music streamed from musicians’ living rooms to yours’

Visit: livingroom-live.com

Pianist Boris Giltburg – ‘Lunchtime Concerts’

Visit: facebook.com or twitter.com

London Mozart Players – ‘At Home with LMP’ featuring Mozart Mondays, Chamber Tuesdays, Thursday Thoughts, Family Fridays and Saturday Sessions

Visit: londonmozartplayers.com

Paris Opera – ‘Free online operas’

Visit: operadeparis.fr

Royal Conservatoire of Scotland – ‘RCS At Home’

Visit: facebook.com

Sydney Opera House – ‘From our House to yours’

Visit: sydneyoperahouse.com

Manchester Collective – ‘Live from Isolation’

Visit: manchestercollective.co.uk/live-from-isolation

Fill your house with music and add some much-needed structure to your day by tuning in to our selection of live-streamed classical performances:

Coming up this weekend:

4 April, 17:00 GMT: Composer and harpist Phamie Gow presents a “Moment of Time” home concert with live Q&A.

Visit: facebook.com

4 April, 20:20 ET: New online concert and streaming service, Our Concerts Live, presents a ‘Virtual Benefit Concert’ featuring violinist Rachel Barton Pine, pianist Emmanuel Ax and others – with donations per ticket starting from $5 and “viewers welcome to contribute what they feel comfortable with”.

Visit: ourconcerts.live

5 April, 19:00 GMT: London Symphony Orchestra performs Verdi’s Requiem.

Visit: lso.co.uk

 

Stay up to date with live concerts every week with this helpful guide: https://www.classicfm.com/music-news/live-streamed-classical-music-concerts-coronavirus/