Here are some resources for any age to enjoy music at home:
Search YouTube for a tutorial on your instrument at your level to help practice a skill or play a piece of new music.
We've collated a list to get you started:
Experience the London Symphony Orchestra through online performances of music by Elgar, Stravinsky, Shostakovich and more. View multiple camera angles simultaneously or select your favourite.
London Philharmonic Orchestra
Get to know this orchestra through online concerts, tap along scrolling scores and films from behind the scenes.
Royal Opera House Online Streaming
Free broadcasts and live content to bring ballet and opera to every home and every device. Productions offered on demand and for free via the ROH’s Facebook and YouTube channels will include Peter and the Wolf, Così fan tutte, and The Metamorphosis.
Free access to online recordings from hunderds of classical music concerts in this digital Concert Hall.
Put on a playlist and have a dance around the kitchen. The South Bank Centre have a variety of playlists:
ABRSM: Play on
Learn from Experts. Share your Music Making. Improve your Playing. Free Resources.
Daily Updates from Play On for Music Makers, Teachers and Parents.
Extraordinary musical content for extraordinary times.
Use your laptop keyboard to create and record melodies and soothing visuals:
Test your musical knowledge with a quiz:
Compose music in the style of Bach:
Mbilla Arts djembe sessions
Join in this free drumming session via Zoom on Mondays 6-7pm.
Follow Mbilla Arts for details of how to Join:
Gareth Malone's Great British Home Chorus
Gareth Malone is uniting the nation through virtual singing in the Great British Home Chorus, hosting daily rehearsals online which are open to everyone.
Top 10 things you can do to help your mental health at home
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