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The Music Never Stops: Virtual Concerts, DJ Sets, Dance Parties, and Classes
The Music Never Stops: Virtual Concerts, DJ Sets, Dance Parties, and Classes
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Live music lives mostly online these days, but if you're in need of a musical fix, there's still plenty of streaming concerts, virtual dance parties, vocal competitions, history lessons, and music-making classes to keep you dancing in your home.
The Music Never Stops: Virtual Concerts, DJ Sets, Dance Parties, and Classes
The Music Never Stops: Virtual Concerts, DJ Sets, Dance Parties, and Classes
The Music Never Stops: Virtual Concerts, DJ Sets, Dance Parties, and Classes
The Music Never Stops: Virtual Concerts, DJ Sets, Dance Parties, and Classes
Collection by Eventbrite
Live music lives mostly online these days, but if you're in need of a musical fix, there's still plenty of streaming concerts, virtual dance parties, vocal competitions, history lessons, and music-making classes to keep you dancing in your home.
Live music lives mostly online these days, but if you're in need of a musical fix, there's still plenty of streaming concerts, virtual dance parties, vocal competitions, history lessons, and music-making classes to keep you dancing in your home.

The Pushkin House Online Music Festival welcomes Ukrainian-born, Russian-trained pianist Dinara Klinton to the virtual stage, performing a selection of Prokofiev Sonatas that she recorded last year.

Berlin-based singer Daniel Kahn explores the extraordinary resilience of traditional Yiddish music, including protest chants, rebel romances, anarchist ballads, socialist marches, strike songs, and street battle blues.

Jordanian musician and global activist Fara Siraj joins Yu Kyung-hwa, who specializes in traditional Korean rhythms, for a concert and discussion of womens' rights — and the power of music to make connections.

There's value in consistency, and CvsRadio1 has got you covered, bringing you DJ sets with the music of the Caribbean almost every day. Add the sounds of Online Reggae Radio to your routine and reap the benefits as they run you through the genre's past, present, and future.

If you're itching to show off your vocals, read some poetry, or just tell a story to an audience, Open Mic NYC's new virtual event is here for you every Monday. Join up with other brave performers over Zoom to take your four minutes on the mic.

Author Loren Glass celebrates the release of her 33 1/3 book about Carole King's seminal album, "Tapestry," with a talk that covers King's childhood in New York and how the singer-songwriter's experience in the city shaped her most beloved record.

College of Staten Island instructor Izzi Ramkissoon leads an online workshop that explores creating music using everyday sound in the style of musique concrete. You'll learn how to record with your phone and edit using free software.

DJ and jazz historian Matthew “Fat Cat” Rivera leads a presentation about the explosion of bebop in New York during the late '40s, exploring the work of musicians like Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie. The evening will conclude with a listening party, featuring rare records.

A virtuoso violinist who has performed all over the world, Alex Gonzalez plays a free concert during the latest edition of National Arts Club's performance series.

The online Sole Channel has been “proudly serving house music since 2004,” so it’s got this streaming dance party thing down. Headed by California vocalist and production legend Mr. V, this donation-based Friday night party emanates great vibes.

DJ Miyuki has been in-demand for more than a decade at Las Vegas' biggest clubs. Now, she beams into your home every Friday and Saturday with her transcendent trance mixes.

DJ Prashant streams Bollywood tunes three nights a week, presenting mixtapes on Mondays, dance classes on Wednesdays, and a dance party on Friday nights — all via Twitch.

Renowned music writers Regina Bradley, Adam Gussow, and Claudrena Harold have chronicled everything from Atlanta hip-hop to gospel history. They'll speak on this panel about the ways American identity has been created by the sounds of the Black community.

Get ready for a lively mix of original music, inventive covers, and twists on the classical canon with this young string trio, straight out of Juilliard, who bring indie spirit and playful panache to their performances.

Acclaimed violinist Gaelynn Lea has performed at NPR's Tiny Desk and with the likes of Wilco and Low, but she'll spend St. Patrick's Day playing traditional Irish tunes and some original compositions during this festive streaming gig.

This "witchual glitchual ritual" party brings together some of Portland's most fascinating queer, trans, and nonbinary experimental electronic musicians and artists to celebrate the spring equinox.

A singer-songwriter who bills himself as a modern troubadour, making his home on the road, Matt Nakoa's restless spirit and inspired playing on guitar and piano will take you on an emotional journey.

Acclaimed harpist with global-music visionaries the Silk Road Ensemble, Maeve Gilchrist presents selections from her new "The Harpweaver" album, a rich textural and poetic soundscape.

In a career spanning three decades and 10 studio albums, singer and multi-instrumentalist A.J. Croce is a true force in roots music. This look back gathers many of his musical friends for a blues-y celebration.

The future-soul artist and four-time Independent Music Award winner guides us though his latest politically-engaged album "Primitive," with a multi-media performance captured by Emmy-winning cinematographer Herb Maximo.

Learn about the long and (increasingly) strange trip of one of America's most enduring rock bands, the Grateful Dead, with this webinar that includes clips from clips of performances at San Francisco's Winterland Ballroom, The Fillmore Auditorium, and more.

Listen to the greatest hits of the 1918 pandemic as a chamber music group performs music by Stravinsky, Szymanowski, and Prokofieff, accompanied by background on how the Spanish Flu impacted classical music.

Classical music enthusiasts will enjoy this four-part virtual concert series of works by Frédéric Chopin, including the one on March 4: The Complete Ballades and the Second Sonata.

Join The New York City Classical Guitar Society for this virtual concert, a weekend kickoff show featuring Ben Verdery and Friends.

Get out the Led with this acclaimed Zeppelin tribute band, which has earned the praise of frontman Robert Plant and guitarist Jimmy Page. The group will stream a set filled with hits like "Kashmir" and "Whole Lotta Love" followed by a live Q&A.