Our During Intermission blog series is dedicated to helping you get your arts fix as LC LIVE gets ready for the next act! We’ll be Bach before you know it with shows that explore and expand the classical genre in our 20/21 Classical Convergence Series, but in the meantime, enjoy this classical content with a twist!
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Mix up your streaming and relax with these 6 Classical Music Live Streaming Experiences To Ease Quarantine Anxiety
For a weekly update on what to stream, check out this list of classical music and opera to stream at home
Social distancing hasn’t stopped these musicians! Watch these choirs and orchestras perform powerful at-home concerts!
Want to snuggle up with a good book about your favorite music genre? Try these 9 Nonfiction Books For Lovers of Classical Music
Rather listen to deep dives and unique thoughts on the genre, you’ll want to check out Playbill’s Must-Listen Podcasts for Opera and Classical Music Fans
For more podcasts, check out this list: Top 7 classical music podcasts to add to your playlist
Want to hear what The New York Times reviewers say are The 25 Best Classical Music Tracks of 2019? Give the list a listen!
For more music and artists that push the boundaries of the classical canon, check out these Spotify playlists:
Not Quite Classical
The composers and musicians bending genres, redefining rules, and bringing classical music into the 21st century.
50 best tracks from genre-bending musicians that incorporate tradition into their own music languages.
A kaleidoscopic collection of Bach arranged and played by bluegrass, jazz, world fusion, and electronic artists in their own styles; transcriptions for classical chamber ensembles; and piano improvisations on Bach’s works.
Avant-garde 50: Spotify Picks
Contemporary classics that provoke and challenge your perception of music.