14. April 2020 · Comments Off on So Much Has Been Canceled · Categories: Can't Stop the Music!, CovidTimes · Tags: , ,

Everyone knows by now that there will be no live performances this summer. Many of us believe there will also be no live performances in the coming year. Yes. I’m sorry to admit it, but I can’t imagine we will be back on stages soon. That doesn’t mean the music has died, though. As you’ve seen on this site, many are making music together, while being apart. THAT will, I’m sure, continue.

When I see announcements similar to the one I’m featuring below I will post them here. Please participate in these if you are able. Please donate to these as well. There are sure to be some groups that will not return once we get through this crisis unless support comes from readers like you.

And now for an announcement from Music in May (MIM):

Introduction by Artistic Director, Rebecca Jackson

MiM 2020 presents From Our Home to Yours
A two-part video series released each weekday from April 27 through May 22

Support the series

E-ducation Series
Released every weekday from April 27 – May 8, a 10-part series for K-6th graders covering a wide range of all things music featuring the MiM 2020 musicians.

April 27: Folk Music by Juan Jaramillo (violin)
April 28: What is Classical Music? by Rebecca Jackson (violin)
April 29: Melody & Harmony by Rupert Boyd (guitar)
April 30: Rhythms & Tempo by Alexandra Leem (viola)
May 1: Practice by Rufus Olivier Jr (bassoon)
May 4: Chamber Music by Daniel Stewart (viola & conductor)
May 5: Playing Expressively by Steven Moeckel (violin)
May 6: Exploration of New Music & Extended Techniques by Ashley William Smith (clarinet)
May 7: Celebrating Beethoven by Jonah Kim (cello)
May 8: Classical in Pop Music by Laura Metcalf (cello)

Offstage Series
Released every weekday from May 11 – May 22, this performance series will take us offstage, around the world, and into the homes of the MiM 2020 musicians.

Memorial Day Weekend Livestream
Check Music in May for updates

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