Alright, opera houses, concert venues and museums are shut down, and we must stay at home to limit coronavirus contamination risks. And it’s out of question to say no to what we love! To entertain us and help us get through this confinement period, Philharmonics in Europe and the New York Metropolitan Opera open a free access to their archives. Hours of concerts and shows expect us!
This confinement period is perfect to discover the most beautiful masterpieces available thanks to the Internet. To help us kill time beautifully, Paris Philharmonic has decided to provide us with archives so that we can enjoy shows and concerts.
Si tu ne viens pas à la musique, la musique viendra à toi.
Les #archives concerts de la Philharmonie à voir et à entendre depuis chez vous sur #PhilharmonieLive https://t.co/V2t2moiqzF pic.twitter.com/K0MWz8D19I
— Philharmonie de Paris (@philharmonie) March 14, 2020
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Tweet reads: “If you don’t come to music, music will come to you. The Philharmonie #archives to listen and see from your place on #PhilharmonieLive.”
Berlin, Vienna and Munich Philharmonics have decided to open their archives to everyone for free for 30 days. To keep things interesting, the New York Metropolitan Opera also brightens up our days by streaming high definition shows.
For the record, Paris National Opera has already put its shows online. We may not laze around a bit during the lockdown but our heads will be filled with beauty and stars!