Our streaming broadcasts program began as an initiative to keep artists working in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, and has continued as a key component of our Neighborhood Arts and subscription performance series. 

This season, we're excited to share two options for enjoying Celebrity Series digital concerts.

On-demand digital tickets to select subscription concerts

A number of concerts this season will offer the option to enjoy a high-quality edited streaming version, premiering 48 hours after the live event. The streaming version will be available for up to seven days so you can watch at your convenience!  

Explore and view available ticketed digital concerts now >> 

Free Neighborhood Arts concerts, now on YouTube

Select Neighborhood Arts concerts will be available to watch anytime on YouTube. Recordings will premiere on the second Thursday following the live concert. You can also enjoy select favorite concerts from past seasons!

Watch now on YouTube

The following performances are now available to watch for free anytime on YouTube until the dates noted.

Select rebroadcasts of popular Neighborhood Arts performances from recent seasons will be added to our YouTube channel throughout the late fall and early winter, including the Jason Palmer Quintet's delightful holiday jazz concert from 2021.

a collage image of percussionist Jonathan Hess and soprano Sonja Tengblad.

New! BeatSong

A soprano and percussion duo founded in 2015 by Sonja Tengblad and Jonathan Hess that creates and performs works that celebrate an unlikely pairing: soprano and percussion.

a collage image of three musicians

StringFest; Aristides Rivas and Boston String Academy

Cellist and composer Aristides Rivas and friends perform alongside the young musicians of Boston String Academy in this StringFest concert.

four women lie on the ground, their heads together. They are dressed in colorful international clothing and wear dramatic makeup

Women of the World: Global Voices United

Four vocalists from around the globe who come together in friendship and music-making -- return to the Series for a performance that celebrates the beauty in the diverse ways that people from cultures all over the world express themselves through song.

Maria Finkelmeier holds percussion mallets and Tim Hall holds his saxophone

Finding HOME: Music and Poetry

Tim Hall and Maria Finkelmeier team up for Finding HOME, a program of self-composed music and improvisations for saxophone and marimba, as well as other percussion, electronics, and poetry. The duo explore their very different midwestern roots, and their compositions are inspired by the routes that they took in their life journeys across the United States, to other countries, and back again to find their homes and cultivate community in Boston.

the claudio ragazzi quartet

Claudio Ragazzi Quartet

GRAMMY-winning guitarist and composer Claudio Ragazzi brings the influences of his native Argentina to his Latin jazz-inflected quartet. The band will play selections from a forthcoming album, as well as other selections from Ragazzi's extensive catalogue.

A prolific film and TV composer when he's not headlining or performing alongside some of music's biggest stars, Ragazzi creates evocative moods that unmistakably capture the spirit of places and moments.

Recorded in September 2021 at the Arlington Street Church; Available to stream through May 15.

Upcoming Digital Performances