Dec. 17, 7:30 pm ET: Live With Carnegie Hall presents Music as Medicine. They are on the frontlines in the fight against COVID-19. But when they are not in hospitals or research labs, many medical professionals find creative outlet as musicians. Carnegie Hall provides a platform for these modern-day heroes to showcase their musical talents, including a special performance by the National Virtual Medical Orchestra and a guest appearance by violinist Joshua Bell. Additional guests to be announced. View here and on demand.
Dec. 19, 7 pm ET: Handel + Haydn Society presents Handel’s Messiah for our Time. A streamed and televised performance of Handel’s Messiah, Part I and “Hallelujah” Chorus. With Ian Watson, conductor, Joélle Harvey, soprano, Reginald Mobley, countertenor, Aaron Sheehan, tenor, Sumner Thompson, baritone, and members of the H+H Orchestra and Chorus. View here and on demand.
Dec. 20, 3 pm ET: Chautauqua Institution presents Ying Quartet: Beethoven Cycle Part II. The Grammy Award-winning quartet continues their series of concerts performing the complete cycle of Beethoven’s string quartets. Register and view here.
Dec. 21, 8 pm ET: Boston Landmarks Orchestra presents At Home for the Holidays. A free multicultural musical celebration on the winter solstice to bring joy and light with music from around the world. View here.