Have a Concert in your Home
It's like the real thing
There is a healthy back-catalogue of recorded concerts and events, many of which are now being made available online, often for free for limited periods.
One such option is 50 classic festival concerts from the Montreux Jazz Festival, all available free to stream for 30 days. To learn more about this service, go here: https://www.montreuxjazzfestival.com/en/50-concerts-to-stream/
Arguably one of the best orchestras in the world, The Berliner Philharmonic lets you join them for their weekly concert in your home through its digital concert hall - with access to its hundreds of concerts and movies about classical artists connected with the orchestra. To learn more about this service, go here: https://www.digitalconcerthall.com/en/concerts
The Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam offers its past concerts here: https://www.concertgebouworkest.nl/en/video-overview
Into Opera? The Metropolitan Opera New York brings their concerts to you here: https://www.metopera.org/season/on-demand/
the Opera Philadelphia is streaming an Audio-On-Demand premier of ‘Breaking The Waves’ (composed by Missy Mazzoli with a libretto by Royve Vavrek) on SoundCloud here: https://www.operaphila.org/whats-on/on-stage-2016-2017/breaking-the-waves/audio-stream/.
Moving across to YouTube, The Royal Opera House is streaming recorded weekly ballets or operas. For more details, go here: https://www.youtube.com/user/RoyalOperaHouse
Spotify, available in both free and premium versions, remains a top-class streaming music service thanks to its deep library, collaborative playlists, early album access, and podcasts.
High resolution streaming option (Tidal Premium) $19.99 per month. You get non-compressed 1411Kbps FLAC audio (Tidal HiFi)—a much higher fidelity than your standard MP3 or audio stream
A SiriusXM Internet Radio subscription lets you stream satellite radio channels to your PC, tablet, smartphone, and internet radio devices, as well as in-car gear.
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