Feeling a bit of cabin fever these days? Several important online music content producers have released restrictions on their content allowing us to remain entertained and inspired during these challenging days. Take a pick:
FRIDAY, March 20 Update: Medici.tv is also offering free viewing opportunities! Click here for more information.
The Berlin Philharmonic has just opened up their vast collection of live concerts for 30 days. All you have to do is head over to their website, sign up and claim your access.
The Metropolitan Opera Company may have temporarily closed their doors to the public, but they are making a series of previously-broadcast operas available to the public on a daily basis for free. Visit their website for a complete schedule.
The Vienna State Opera
Just as The Met, the Vienna State Opera has made a number of previously recorded productions available, free of charge.
Other free sources of previously-recorded live music heaven include:
Budapest Festival Orchestra calls their series the Quarantine Soirées. Brilliant!
For musical aficionados, Playbill has just published a list of Broadway plays and musicals you can watch on stage from home, including the places you can find them. Read the article here.
Have you found other temporary sources of entertainment available online? Please feel free to share them with us in the comments section, below. Happy streaming!
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Image source: Berlin Philharmonic’s Digital Concert Hall