Virtual Concerts & Tours Catalog
Watch, listen, and interact with New York’s Chamber Music Society. Explore their recordings, enjoy music videos, and watch on demand here.
The GRAMMY Museum is a nonprofit organization dedicated to cultivating a greater understanding of the history and significance of music through exhibits, education, grants, preservation initiatives, and public programming.
Watch extraordinary performances from the Kennedy Center’s stages and beyond, with new releases on their digital stage daily, special series and original stories. Explore the vast collection of thousands of videos – musical theater, dance, music, and special performances. In Arts Across America, the Kennedy Center collaborates with arts organizations from across the country to provide free, online programming every week.
Led by Music & Artistic Director Gustavo Dudamel, this internationally renowned orchestra harnesses the transformative power of live music to build community, foster intellectual and artistic growth, and nurture the creative spirit. Watch and listen to concerts, podcasts, recordings, radio broadcasts, lessons, and more from home!
Reside in Los Angeles? Check out the LA Phil’s Learning Programs and education opportunities for students.
The Museum of Making Music – a program division of the NAMM Foundation – explores the accomplishments and impact of the music products industry through exhibitions and programs, and directly connects visitors with live music and music making opportunities.
Located in Phoenix, the Musical Instrument Museum (MIM) enriches our world by collecting, preserving, and making accessible an astonishing variety of musical instruments and diverse performance videos from every country in the world. Check out the MIM’s Youtube channel for free exhibit tours and performances.
Qwest TV EDU is Quincy Jones’ music video resource dedicated to educational institutions with 1300+ concerts and documentary films in jazz, soul, funk, classical, and world music. The platform preserves the richness of history, while reflecting the present-day beauty and reality of culturally and racially diverse people.
The materials have already aided cultural learning at many prestigious libraries and institutions including Berklee College of Music, McGill University, The New School and many more. “We want each kid and student to be able to freely explore their musical history by rediscovering their roots, both through jazz and beyond.” – co-founder Quincy Jones
This online community was created to celebrate and showcase the work of the many artists around the world who have been affected by the need for social distancing. Live stream performances and free archived recordings of diverse music, visual arts, dance, and theatre.
The Soulsville Foundation’s Stax Museum of American Soul Music’s Black History Month Virtual Tour and Stax Music Academy Virtual Concert offer educators the chance to share these experiences at no cost with thousands of students. Both offer live music, historical information, nods to the Civil Rights Movement, and tributes to Black American Music.