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The Vienna State Opera has changed its details:

 

"Starting with the 2020/2021 season, live performances of Wiener Staatsoper will be accessible free of charge at the Wiener Staatsoper website (play.wiener-staatsoper.at) and on updated apps for Apple, Android, and Amazon Fire TV devices."

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I seem to be a bit late to the party on this one, but the London Philharmonic Orchestra is streaming performances from the Royal Festival Hall on Marquee TV:

 

https://www.lpo.org.uk/what-s-on/2020-autumn-concerts.html?utm_source=wordfly&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=MKT%3Aenews3Octoberwordfly&utm_content=version_B&sourceNumber=

 

It looks as though they remain available for a week, or possibly longer.

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And the London Mozart Players, at Croydon's Fairfield Hall, which I presume still has the best acoustic in London:

 

London Mozart Players - Classical Club

Fairfield Halls’ resident orchestra, the London Mozart Players, were back in the Concert Hall this month to film a wonderful concert for their online series Classical Club. A socially-distanced audience of just 50 people were appreciated Mendelssohn’s Italian Symphony and Strauss’s Oboe Concerto in the fine acoustics of the hall. 

LMP’s Classical Club is a series of 8 online concerts filmed in iconic locations, launched in September in response to the pandemic to support their musicians and bring music to their audience. The concerts feature an exciting and eclectic variety of repertoire, from Mozart and Beethoven, to Walton and Stravinsky, and plenty more besides, including two concerts especially for children.

Tickets are £12 per concert (£5 for children’s concerts) or you can enjoy the whole series for just £50 if you purchase your 8-concert Season Pass before 31 October (full price £60). You can watch each concert on their go-live date and then on demand up until 1 December.

 Do support this brilliant initiative which keeps Croydon’s resident orchestra performing, even though most venues are closed

 
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