Totally agree about YouTube’s potential for live music, despite the audio compression. Recently, I’ve been hooked on “NPR’s Tiny Desk Concerts” for their diverse genres and strong audio quality. If you’re into indie, check out “COLORS” for minimalist yet high-quality performances. For folk and bluegrass, “Jam In The Van” is a hidden gem with surprisingly good sound. Fingers crossed for better audio quality from YouTube soon!
This video introduced me to the Tiny Desk Concert’s. I still enjoy it all these years later.
Must mention this one. SsingSsing…another old video. This episode includes a South Korean Reggae inspired piece.
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The CSO live stream last evening was riveting. I’ve never seen them live but every video and recording seems to illustrate the fire they have.
George Takei featured as narrator during Copland’s Lincoln Portrait.
The showstopper was the finale: Bernstein’s score to On the Waterfront.