Stay Connected to the Arts During Covid-19!

THE BAY ATLANTIC SYMPHONY

 

Dear Friends,
 

I thought it would be be nice to share, in our isolation—Musical Postcards. Since we can’t be together, I thought we could share some of the music we are engaging ourselves in, and in that way be together. The last two days, I have been nibbling on the G major Prelude and Fugue from Book 2 of Well-Tempered Clavier. Here is a rough reading, nothing like a performance, of the prelude. I kept it short—no repeats. The video provides a glimpse of my piano in our living room. Ruby (our standard poodle) always sits right where she is positioned when I play, so this is completely unposed and recorded on my basic iPad 2 propped up on the banister finial. Be well, keep the faith, and stay safe!
 

Jed Gaylin

NEW JERSEY STAGE

Meet New Jersey's Arts Leaders: Jed Gaylin, Music Director, Bay Atlantic Symphony

By Susan Wallner, JerseyArts.com, originally published: 05/07/2020

 

INSTRUMENTALISTS RECORD SENIOR PROJECTS FOR ONLINE RECITAL: STOCKTON UNIVERSITY NEWS



Three Instrumental Music majors completed their senior projects from home in video format. Robert Fell, Natalie Doucette and Joseph McLaughlin performed as if their living rooms were standing room only to share the culmination of their college careers.

Watch the radio show, performances and marimba building tutorial.

 

SOUTH JERSEY AREA WIND ENSEMBLE

 

Established in 1997, the South Jersey Area Wind Ensemble is a community concert band that rehearses and performs a wide variety of music for the modern Wind Band. The SJAWE was the recipient of the 2006 Sudler Silver Scroll Award from the John Philip Sousa Foundation that recognizes outstanding concert bands in North America.
 

Until we are once again open for live concerts, please enjoy a collection of videos from previous performances!

OLNEY THEATRE CENTER

 

We’re Listening…We Hope You Will Too!
 

This is a moment for listening – to hear and amplify the voices of our Black colleagues, community members, and friends. Please view our resources to join us and help us on the journey to be an actively anti-racist institution and community.
 

In addition, please enjoy our Video of the Week (Not While I’m Around from Sweeney Todd), Olney Onward! Comes Home: A Free Event to Benefit Olney Theatre Center on Saturday, June 20th at 7:00pm; and check out OTC’s Summer STOCK and Musical Theatre Intensive now available online!

DUSAN TYNEK DANCE THEATRE

 

We went silent last week in support of the protesters and those impacted by racial injustice. This week we are back with already the 12th edition of this newsletter and are highlighting a dance that is more relevant than ever. It has evolved and has grown over the last decade. Like with everything, the work is never done...
 

Middlegame is an evening-length dance theater piece consisting of many distinct vignettes. Employing tactics of game strategy and seduction, Middlegame takes its inspiration from the game of chess and 19th century café life. Exploring ideas of élitism, power, and submission within interpersonal relationships, the dance considers the manipulation of "being played, while playing along."

NEW YORK GILBERT & SULLIVAN PLAYERS

 

We hope the stirring sentiment of “Remotely Ruddigore: a Maytime Madrigal” brings warmth and good spirits to our patrons and supporters, for whom we are truly grateful. Speaking of gratitude, none of this would be possible without the tireless efforts of James Mills, Danny Bristoll, Anessa Marie, and of course the many NYGASP artists who graciously lent their voices to this project. Though separated, we are always finding new ways to unite as a musical community. Please enjoy this tuneful treat from our family to yours.

 

KORESH DANCE COMPANY

Until we can dance for you again at the theater, we are committed to sharing the joy and beauty of dance from our screen to yours. Grab your favorite beverage/snack and have a watch party at the comfort of your home. Koresh is thrilled to share full and excerpted performances from the last 30 years for your enjoyment. Performance streamings will be announced in advance and will be accessible to watch for a limited time only! 

THE METROPOLITAN OPERA
 

This week’s lineup features two classic telecasts and several standout performances from recent Live in HD seasons. Explore our articles and resources to expand your knowledge and enhance your experience as you enjoy the performances.

June 29 - July 5

PENNSYLVANIA BALLET

Stay #Connected with Pennsylvania Ballet.
 

Pass the time and stay connected with Pennsylvania Ballet! From our most exciting moments on stage to warm up tips from our dancers, we have plenty to keep you entertained and moving while you stay in.

 

THE FRANKLIN INSTITUTE

 

Stay connected and feed your curiosity with Franklin@Home, all-new digital science offerings from The Franklin Institute. Take a virtual tour of the Giant Heart, explore NightSkies@Home, and get your daily dose of live science, experiments and recipes—because science never stops.

Explore, create and learn together from home!

VIRGINIA REPERTORY THEATER

 

Virginia Rep has gone viral with new content for all ages. We have wonderful children's activities, lessons on video, classic stories for every generation to watch together, entertaining duets and skillful monologues. We hope this provides fun and enjoyment during this time when you can't attend LIVE events.

VOICES OF ASCENSION

Grammy-nominated Voices of Ascension Chorus & Orchestra, directed by conductor Dennis Keene, presents exceptional performances of great works of music for chorus and orchestra.

In this time of social distancing, Voices of Ascension shares a choral moment every day. Thank you for joining us daily for Voices of Connection. It means a great deal to all of us to be able to connect with you each day through choral music.

NATURALLY 7

 

Naturally 7 is called “The Human Instruments” for a good reason. Using just their vocals, this world-renowned group recreates the sound of a full band on stage. Which is what makes their shows so stunningly jaw-dropping and mind-blowing.

 

We are so proud to share the link to the one-hour concert they performed in Berlin Germany last year!

 

 

 

BODYVOX

 

Body Vox has set up a robust selection of online classes, from ballet to contemporary; we hosted a virtual dance film festival that was seen by over 4,000 people worldwide; and we have created StreamingVox through which we present videos of past shows. For years we have been filming our shows with multi-camera setups as well as great live sound. Now we can share those videos with you!



 

 

ALVIN AILEY AMERICAN DANCE THEATER

 

We know you can’t see the Ailey dancers perform in a theater, so we wanted to make sure you can still find comfort and joy in the beauty of dance by virtually connecting with their performances. For a limited time, Ailey is thrilled to share videos of the Company performing on stage. Watch along with the Ailey community and please consider making a special gift today to help us continue Alvin Ailey’s mission to deliver dance back to the people.

TRAVEL AND LEISURE

 

Stuck at Home? These 12 Famous Museums Offer Virtual Tours You Can Take on Your Couch. Experience the best museums from London to Seoul in the comfort of your own home.

 

Google Arts & Culture’s collection includes the British Museum in London, the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, the Guggenheim in New York City, and literally hundreds of more places where you can gain knowledge about art, history, and science. This collection is especially good for students who are looking for ways to stay on top of their studies while schools are closed.

THE NEXT FESTIVAL OF EMERGING ARTISTS 2020
 

The Next Festival of Emerging Artists 2020 is a four-week event of workshops, mini-courses, and collaborative projects taking place online for the festival’s students – young musicians, composers, and choreographers. To answer the needs of a greater community of artists, most festival events will be accessible online and open to the public.
 

All of our events are free, thanks to the generosity of donors and a grant from the Williamson Foundation. We strive to be a resource for our entire community of artist, students and audiences. 

THE PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA

 

We've created the Virtual Philadelphia Orchestra to bring music, in video and audio forms, as well as interactive education and enrichment, directly to you. 
 

The Virtual Philadelphia Orchestra is generously funded, in part, by the William Penn Foundation. LEARN initiatives of the Virtual Philadelphia Orchestra are supported by Wells Fargo.