Free Online Arts Resources

Below is a list of free online resources from various arts organizations around the world to help fill your days with great music! We’ll update this list as we are able. If you know of any other resources, we’d love to hear from you!

BroadwayHD – 7-Day free trial streaming Broadway musicals 

MetOpera On Demand – 7-day free trial featuring Metropolitan Opera performances. Additionally, the Metropolitan Opera is streaming an opera every night for free on their website: Click here for the schedule

Berliner Philharmoniker Digital Concert Hall – 30-day free access using access code BERLINPHIL

Philadelphia Orchestra – Listen on demand free

Rodgers & Hammerstein – Free viewing of Cinderella on YouTube

New Jersey Symphony Orchestra – Free recordings available on their website

A list of free opera performances from various companies around the United States that can be streamed for free: operaamerica.org/SOP

Seattle Opera – Seattle Opera At Home features a collection of video playlists, podcasts, streaming talks, and more.

Opera on Tap is offering daily performances at 8:00 PM EDT via Emmie and Harry’s, an online cabaret club.

On Site Opera is hosting watch parties of past productions on its Facebook page, and archival videos will remain on the company’s YouTube channel through April. Mondays at 12:00 PM EDT.

Pacific Opera Victoria is presenting “Acoustic Afternoon,” featuring the company’s artists performing from their homes. Mondays at 1:00 PM PDT. They are also offering a “Listening Party Podcast,” hosted by Rebecca Hass and featuring local and national artists. Fridays at 4:00 PM PDT.

LA Opera is presenting an LAO at Home recital series, benefiting the Artist Relief Tree. Wednesdays at 4:00 PM PDT.

HERE Arts Center is hosting watch parties of its past productions. Wednesdays at 7:00 PM EDT.

Austin Opera is streaming performances that will be available for later viewing on the company’s website. Fridays at 3:00 PM CDT.

Cleveland Opera Theater is offering Opera 101 sessions, behind-the scenes content, master classes, and more. Weekdays, times vary.

Against the Grain Theatre is offering its complete La bohème. On Demand.

The American Opera Project is offering As One and Harriet Tubman: When I Crossed That Line to Freedom, and additional titles will be added in the future. On Demand.

Arizona Opera presented a Living Room Concert featuring Jennifer Johnson Cano and Christopher Cano. On Demand.

Beth Morrison Projects is offering a different opera each week on its home page.

Cincinnati Opera is offering Apartment Arias, a series of at-home performances by some of its 2020 season artists.

The Dallas Opera, in collaboration with baritone Lucas Meachem and pianist Irina Meachem, presented a recital of excerpts from Don Carlo.

The Kennedy Center is offering a variety of past performances on its Digital Stage.

LA Opera is offering videos of past-performances, kid-friendly content and behind-the-scenes features.

New Camerata Opera is offering a variety of opera films, and this spring the company will release new episodes of #theivesproject, as well as and a new opera film, Julie.

Opéra de Québec is posting clips of past productions on its YouTube channel.

Opera North is offering videos of past productions.

The U.S. Army Field Band is offering The Falling and the Rising.

Please note: we have compiled this list as a courtesy only. Gulf Coast Symphony makes no warranties or guarantees regarding the contact and policies of the linked organizations. 

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