Digital Musical Instrument Events! May 25-31, 2020


AMIS has transitioned its monthly musical instrument calendar into a weekly schedule of virtual events that focus on musical instruments during the global shutdowns due to the COVID-19 pandemic. During this period, there are still many livestream performances, tours and lectures at museums, and archive recording releases. Check out some of these instrument related programs this week!

May 25 12:00 pm EDT Africa Day Benefit Concert At Home: Burna Boy, Seun Kuti, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Angélique Kidjo and more 3:00 pm EDT Bergen International Festival: Leif Ove Andsnes, Sonoko Miriam Welde and Ludvig Gudim 4:00 pm EDT The Violin Channel: Members of the Catalyst Quartet 5:30 pm EDT New York Philharmonic: Rebroadcast of Brahms' German Requiem, a concert given in 2001 for victims of the 9/11 attacks. 6:30 pm EDT The U. S. Coast Guard Band Memorial Day Concert


May 26 12:00 noon CDT Virtual at Noon program from the American Banjo Museum 5:30 pm EDT Lincoln Center Chamber Music Society: Itzhak Perlman 6:00 pm EDT The Violin Channel: Violinist Charles Yang and Pianist Peter Dugan


May 27 8:30 am EDT Jazz at Lincoln Center: Live performances from the vault 12:00 noon EDT Facebook Live Tour of Carolina Music Museum 12:00 noon CDT Virtual at Noon program from the American Banjo Museum 3:00 pm EDT Bergen International Festival: Håkan Hardenberger, trumpet and Colin Currie, percussion

2:00 pm PDT Museum of Making Music@Home: A Brief History of Low Brass with Scott Sutherland 7:00 pm EDT The Violin Channel: Francisco Fullana


May 28 12:00 noon CDT Virtual at Noon program from the American Banjo Museum 2:00 pm EDT 92Y: Pepe Romero, classical guitar 7:30 pm BST London Symphony Orchestra: Brahms' German Requiem 7:00 pm EDT Watkins Family Hour: Mandolin Orange 7:30 pm EDT: New York Philharmonic: Itzhak Perlman Plays Mendelssohn and Brahms May 29 12:00 noon EDT Facebook Live Tour of Carolina Music Museum 12:00 pm EDT Lang Lang Foundation Play It Forward: Yaron Kohlberg 12:00 noon CDT Virtual at Noon program from the American Banjo Museum 4:00 pm EDT The Violin Channel: Nathan Lee, piano 2:00 pm PDT Museum of Making Music@Home: All About that Electric Bass with Michael Kennedy 8:00 pm EDT Third Coast Percussion: New Composition by Danny Elfman 8:00 pm EDT SFJazz Fridays at Five: Chucho Valdés and Irakere 45

May 30 3:00 pm EDT: Daniel Vnukowski, piano 8:00 pm EDT Arts United STL: St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, Opera Theater of St. Louis, St. Louis Ballet and more

May 31 2:00 pm PDT Spreckels Organ Concert, San Diego, CA 5:00 pm EDT Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center: Cho-Lian Lin


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