This Week in Live Streamed Concerts 

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HOUSE MUSIC | METROPOLIS ENSEMBLE
Metropolis Ensemble’s series, House Music, reflects its values of putting community at the heart of its practice, and allows it to continue to create opportunities for artists to do what they do best: make and share new music. All artists are being paid for their work. Metropolis Ensemble is commissioning performers to present bite-sized works from contemporary composers, as well as composers to create new works specifically for this series, which are then recorded from wherever the artists are sheltering. “House Music” launched in late March and streams live every Tuesday and Thursday.
Tuesday, May 19 at 10:00 AM Eastern Time

HOUSE MUSIC | METROPOLIS ENSEMBLE
Metropolis Ensemble’s series, House Music, reflects its values of putting community at the heart of its practice, and allows it to continue to create opportunities for artists to do what they do best: make and share new music. All artists are being paid for their work. Metropolis Ensemble is commissioning performers to present bite-sized works from contemporary composers, as well as composers to create new works specifically for this series, which are then recorded from wherever the artists are sheltering. “House Music” launched in late March and streams live every Tuesday and Thursday.
Thursday, May 21 at 10:00 AM Eastern Time

HOW LOW CAN WE GO? | C4
C4: The Choral Composer/Conductor Collective will present “How Low Can We Go? – C4 Goes Low Latency,” a short, live, remote concert of contemporary choral works, with guest performers from C4 Network choirs Inversion Ensemble and C3LA.
Thursday, May 21 at 8:30 PM Eastern Time

MASTERCLASS: VIJAY IYER | DIGITAL DISCOVERY FESTIVAL
The free Digital Discovery Festival provides a platform for artists to work creatively and be supported financially for their efforts in the virtual world. The Festival includes two live-streamed series: Discoveries, with artists in performance, introduced by Helga Davis, and Masterclasses with established artists hosted by Paola Prestini. The Festival will respond to the need of artists during this time, paying $1000 per person for each 30-minute performance, and gifting relevant audio-visual equipment and technical training on live streaming to each participant. The May 22 stream features Vijay Iyer.
Friday, May 22 at 3:00 PM Eastern Time

NEW MUSIC HELP DESK: AUDIENCE EDITION FEAT. COMPOSER ALEX TEMPLE
Spektral Quartet is back with its New Music Help Desk series with a full slate of top-level special guests through the month of May. Developed as an interactive and entertaining resource for emerging composers, new-music performers, and curious listeners at the onset of the quarantine, the Help Desk fills the gap left by the masterclasses, coaching, and workshops that Spektral would typically be conducting while touring around the country – all at no cost to attendees.
Friday, May 22 at 4:00 PM Eastern Time

LIVE@NATIONALSAWDUST
Live@NationalSawdust is a digital home for the voices and work of the artists they have hosted over the past 5 seasons in their Brooklyn venue. Live@NationalSawdust will feature weekly releases from their archive of live performances and is free for audiences across the globe.