J. J. Grandville's Un autre monde (1844)
- Mary Pappert School of Music | Duquesne University
Music on the Bluff - Virtual Series
[From website] "Beginning in September, we will release a new Bluff Series video on the Mary Pappert School of Music YouTube channel that will feature the talents of Artistic Director and pianist, David Allen Wehr, along with our all-star faculty, members of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, and internationally-renowned guest artists."
- Sonata for Cello and Piano (Debussy)
Fri Sep 18th - Thu Oct 15th
- Première Rhapsody for Clarinet and Piano (Debussy)
Fri Oct 16th - Fri Nov 20th
- Ralph Zurmühle | Composer & Pianist
Live Recording Session at Little Big Beat Studios
[Video description] "Video of the full program performed in the live recording session on the 19th of August 2020 at Little Big Beat Studios in cooperation with Tangente, Eschen/FL. There is a unique silence in such a recording session, a silence that is challenging, intense and at the same time extremely inspiring - one can literally hear the drop of a needle. The connection between performer and audience is intimate through the use of earphones and both journey together, moment by moment… with every key touched, every note played and every melody transmitted.
[From website] "The Swiss composer and pianist was born in Zürich and grew up mainly in Liechtenstein. He graduated from the University of Zürich and lives in Spain. Ralph discovered his natural ability for the piano at the age of five. He fostered his talent over decades with jazz and classical music training in Zürich and Liechtenstein. Imbued with subtle changes of tempo and nuance, crossing various musical genres, Zurmühle’s compositions maintain the intuitive feeling of improvised music. With great sensitivity to touch, he combines fluidity and freedom with refinement and development, resulting in graceful melodies, sublime sound textures and introspective ambiences."
- Beall & Finch
[From website] "Jesse Finch and Rosalind Beall are two guitarists who enjoy playing classical music and also writing their own music (with classical, folk and singer-songwriter influences)."
They should see him in the theatre. Reading just reduces him to an examination subject."
- Shakespeare's Globe Theatre | Romeo & Juliet |
Available: 9/28/2020 - Feb Half-Term 2021
- Sadler Wells Theatre
Sadler's Wells Theatre is a performing arts venue in Clerkenwell, London, England. Noted on 9/10/2020 (What's On Stage). They are set to reopen for public performances and will be releasing archived shows online. See their website for show info.
- Cirque du Soleil | 60-MINUTE SPECIALS
See their playlist of 1-hour specials here:
- The Curve Theatre (Leicester, England) | My Beautiful Launderette
Available until the Curve reopens
Hanif Kureishi's play based on his Oscar-nominated screenplay, featuring original music from Tennant/Lowe of the Pet Shops Boys. Omar Malik and Jonny Fines star in the production, filmed at Leicester's Curve theatre in 2019.
- Clock Productions (Chicago, IL, US) | Black Joy
[From website] "BLACK JOY is a World Premiere featuring a variety of original scenes, songs, and spoken word pieces, all written and performed by Black artists. The festival will have a Facebook premiere on October 9th and also be available to stream here on the website from October 9th thru 23rd. Tickets are a Pay-What-You-Can donation.Adapted and Directed by Clock alumna Kayla V. White, BLACK JOY takes a physical and emotional journey through the seasons, sharing stories about being Black in America."
- St. Ann's Warehouse (Brooklyn, NY)
- Julius Caesar | October 9–15
[From website] "Harriet Walter, Jackie Clune, and Jade Anouka star in Phyllida Lloyd's all-female production of the Shakespeare play, filmed in December 2016 at the Donmar Warehouse King's Cross in London."
- Henry IV | October 16–22
[From website] "Harriet Walter plays the title role in Phyllida Lloyd's all-female production of the Shakespeare play, filmed in December 2016 at the Donmar Warehouse King's Cross in London."
- The Telegraph. "Sir Ian McKellen: Don't bother reading Shakespeare." By Patrick Foster, 27 Oct 2015.
- Procession of Characters from Shakespeare’s plays, c 1840 | William Shakespeare | Signature from Last Will