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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
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.
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.

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.

You may know the renowned divas of opera legend — now get into the divos, the men who stack the curtained stage from tenor to bass. Expert James Sokol shares video and sound clips, guiding us through this star-studded history.

The celebrated contemporary music pianist performs some of his own thrillingly complex, cutting-edge compositions with Milwaukee's Present Music ensemble, showing off his Grammy-winning skills.

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.

Broadway's leading ladies have been capturing the hearts of audiences for over a century. From technological advances to cultural changes, see how the vocal techniques of lead theatrical divas have changed over the years.

The essential singer-songwriter has finally written a memoir of her tumultuous life, from unsteady childhood to Grammy-winning success and a multi-generational fanbase. Join her in conversation with novelist Wesley Stace.

Colorado's famed radio/live variety show eTown turns 30 with a virtual stream featuring Lyle Lovett, Bob Weir, Nathaniel Rateliff, Black Pumas, Los Lobos, Sam Bush, Sarah Jarosz, City and Colour, and The War and Treaty.

Have a funky Earth Day and connect to deep Indigenous soul, as New Orleans brass/Mardi Gras Indian band Cha Wa — known for its "grand gumbo of intoxicating rhythms" — puts on colorful show to celebrate its new album, "My People."

Razorcake Magazine is releasing three short films about seminal East Los Angeles punk outfits from the '70s and '80s. This panel conversation features some of the biggest names in the mosh pit.

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.

A seamless blend of funk, soul, rock, and blues are this singer-songwriter's stock-in-trade, lighting up her arrangements with bright brass horns, searing saxophone solos, and her own soulful voice.

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

Bessie Smith, Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan — their legends sing loud, but their technical craft often gets relegated to the shadows. DJ and jazz historian Matthew “Fat Cat” Rivera analyzes their hits in this multimedia presentation.

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.

Spend an afternoon listening to the sounds of pianist Alexander Wu, who honors the works of Chopin, Debussy, Price, and Gershwin, among others.

Four very distinct indie singer-songwriters — Anthony D'Amato, Don DiLego, Brian Dunne, and Mike Montali — come together to form this supergroup. Listen to the fur fly!

Electronic music composer and producer Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith turns in a special performance of her recent album, "The Mosaic of Transformation," remixed with spatial audio technology so that listeners feel like they're inside of the music.

Kentucky guitarist Jamie Monck has used the pandemic downtime to explore little-known gems, from classical Spanish compositions to up-to-the-minute contemporary jams. Join him for a string of surprises.

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.

Streaming live from Portland, OR, the celebrated, cerebral indie band observes two decades of lilting melodies and poetic lyrics — and you can sing along online.

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.

How did Thomas Edison's early experimental films influence MTV? Sight and sound combine at this deep dive into the history of music videos.

Relive the exquisite festival performance that introduced this legendary Pakistani musician to a new generation of Western ears. The concert gets some high-tech shine, with an immersive mix, slide-show, and historical commentary.

The Gabriel Alegria Afro-Peruvian Sextet provides groovy tunes on unusual instruments — like the jawbone of a donkey! — to help you dance your way through this festive day dedicated to jazz.

If you're going to check out the new ambient album by one of San Francisco's best electronic musicians, you should probably hear it performed in gorgeous and towering Grace Cathedral, where every tone will echo from its gothic walls.

Colombian American soprano Stephanie Lamprea weaves her spellbinding voice around electronic instruments, performing works by contemporary avant-garde women composers, with some improvising of her own.

Take a vibrant trip into the history and use of psychedelics in such music-related fields as sound therapy and ethnomusicology, hosted by a panel of experts in contemporary psychedelic scientific research.

You can't celebrate Cinco de Mayo without the proper music. This multi-national Cumbia band from Seattle features horns, Latin percussion, guitars, and keyboard, and will get you in a festive mood.

She sings, he speaks: Vocalist Melissa Errico and New Yorker magazine writer Adam Gopnik delve into French music, from classical to pop, highlightng the tantalizing strains of mystery and romance that run through its history.

Sit back, relax, and travel to 1917 NYC with a jazz historian. Learn about the pioneers of jazz and listen to a curated selection of 78rpm records at this interactive webinar.

Celebrate the works of Chopin with this live concert, performed by pianist Jiayan Sun.

Feel the heat of Tampa Bay's on-fire music scene at this two-day online celebration, including rock and gospel musicians — plus some big throwback stars of the 1980s, like Sheila E. and Klymaxx.

An expert septet of Baltimore musicians celebrates Mothers' Day with classical tunes from composers Fauré, Dvořák, Rachmaninoff, Haydn, and more.

Guitarist and singer-songwriter Terra Lightfoot (no relation to Gordon) brings T. Rex's glam rock classic "The Slider" to life, playing the album front to back as part of a live streaming set.

Noisy Canadian rockers Metz perform a live set from Lee's Palace in Toronto, broadcasting their pummeling rhythms and cacophonous riffs directly to your living room — you might want to warn the neighbors.

Americana duo Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams; Emmy-winning kid-friendly rockers the Shazzbots; and Appalachian outfit the Wayfarers are among the acts performing virtually during this annual festival devoted to roots music.