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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.

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.

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.

Mashing up elements of classical music and contemporary hip-hop, viola player Wil B and violinist Kev Marcus create pop songs that channel soaring string melodies. The duo will perform and answer questions during this online show.

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.

Chicago saxophonists Artie Black and Hunter Diamond wrap melodies around one another during a streaming set that showcases the improvised duets featured on their recent album, "A Held Space."

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.

Clarinetist Elizandro Garcia-Montoya joins the Chicago Ensemble to perform a program devoted to 20th century composers, playing compositions by Stravinsky, Bartók, and Shostakovich.

Founded in 2001, the International Tango Competition-winning string quartet brings a keen ear and open-minded playing style to its crossover world-music grooves. The motto? "When the music swings, we swing."

Jewish immigrants helped bring the American music industry into the global spotlight. Go back in time with New York Adventure Club and explore the Jewish influence on Broadway, backed with rare audio and video clips.

The Virginia R&B stylist's airy first single "Coastin'" was just released last year, but Youngshann has been making waves with features and remixes for a while. Catch her rising star in this performance.

Support Tennessee radio station WDVX by tuning into this special virtual set from bluegrass player-turned-Nashville singer-songwriter Molly Tuttle, who lends a gentle twang to songs by the National and the Rolling Stones on her recent covers album.

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.

Join Celtic crossover artist Misty Posey, acoustic singer Brass Monkey, and pop-rock duo Mellow Knights for an evening promoting mental health through music — and hear some fine original tunes.

This Hollywood entertainer's legacy spans over 50 years — and four husbands. Delve into the story of this prolific 20th century songwriter with Will Friedwald, columnist for the Wall Street Journal.

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.