Online experiences in music: at home with Philharmonia players
The players of the Philharmonia Orchestra, like so many people around the world, have been at home these past weeks, in lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Some of our members have put that time to creative use, creating videos to keep our community entertained online. A selection are below, and there are many more to come in the days ahead.
You can find all the videos below, plus much, much more on our YouTube channel. If you like what you find there, please subscribe to our channel. We are a short number of subscribers away from our target of 100,000.
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Keep the Philharmonia Playing appeal
The COVID-19 pandemic poses fundamental challenges to live music. We face significant uncertainty as the global fight against coronavirus goes on and the concert halls are closed.
Music can help at a time like this – individually, to find a sense of perspective, and collectively, to connect with one another. Orchestras are uniquely able to make this happen and, with your support, the Philharmonia will continue to do so.
Over the next few months we aim, through the efforts of this appeal, to help secure the future of the Philharmonia, as we (temporarily) reinvent what an orchestra is and does.