TODAY’S NORTHEAST OHIO LIVE STREAMS:
4:30 pm – Oberlin Faculty Recital: Alexa Still, flute & Evan Hines, piano. Charles Koechlin’s Les Chants de Nectaire, Chopin’s Nocturne No. 2 in F-sharp, Op. 15, Valerie Coleman’s Amazonia (2019, Oberlin Premiere) & Debussy’s La fille aux cheveux de lin. Click here at concert time to watch the live stream from Stull Recital Hall at the Oberlin Conservatory (closed to the public).
7:30 pm – Yaron Kohlberg, solo piano & the Natsumi Shibagaki & Irwin Shung piano duo. The first of a series of Quarantine Concerts presented by Piano Cleveland and Steinway Piano Gallery-Cleveland. Click here at concert time to watch the live stream from the Steinway gallery (closed to the public).
OTHER INTERNET EVENTS OF INTEREST:
7:30 pm – Metropolitan Opera archives: Verdi’s La traviata with Anna Netrebko, Dolora Zajick, Yonghoon Lee, and Dmitri Hvorostovsky. Click here to watch. The stream will be available for 20 hours. (For best quality, the company advises the use of one of its apps (Apple, Google).
Beginning today, Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony will make their Keeping Score television series available for free worldwide streaming on the Symphony’s YouTube channel. Nine one-hour documentary episodes telling the stories of great classical works will be accompanied by concert performances. The episodes will be released in four batches, continuing every Wednesday through April 8. The first batch includes “Copland and the American Sound” (Nov. 2006), “Shostakovich Symphony No. 5” (Oct. 2009) and “Ives Holidays Symphony” (Oct. 2009).
CONCERT LISTINGS UPDATES:
The concert jointly sponsored by the Canton Symphony & Tuesday Musical featuring violinist Augustin Hadelich scheduled for March 21 has now been rescheduled for Tuesday, May 19.
The Arts Renaissance Tremont Bach Birthday concert by cellist René Schiffer scheduled for March 22 has now been cancelled.
Apollo’s Fire has cancelled all its performances of Bach’s St. Matthew Passion scheduled for April 1 (Rocky River), 3 (Severance Hall), and 4 (Akron).
Les Délices have postponed their April productions of Into the Labyrinth, and the abbreviated matinee version of the show, The White Cat, until September.