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 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. We'll also re-run some favorite concerts from past seasons, with premiere dates in the late fall and winter.

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 string quartet in a pool of light on a dark stage. they finish their piece with a flourish.

Castle of Our Skins: Solo(s) Together

Featuring the world premiere of a work by Daniel Bernard Roumain, this performance by a Castle Of Our Skins quartet also offers small-ensemble works by Black composers of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
Enjoy this free performance until December 20, 2022.

a young woman with brown skin and curly dark short hair sits on a beach, smiling, with her cuatro.

Fabiola Méndez, Afrorriqueña

Cuatro virtuoso Fabiola Méndez and her band present a set inspired by the African influences in Puerto Rican music and culture.

Enjoy the free performance until December 27, 2022.

dancers, their arms arched out to their sides and around their heads, in orange light

Jean Appolon Expressions, Traka

Cambridge-based Haitian choreographer Jean Appolon reflects on the role of art in healing from personal, generational, and national trauma.

Enjoy the free performance until January 10, 2023.

 a black man in a black suit outdoors with his harp, and a smiling woman of asian descent in an loft-like room with her violin

Charles Overton & Lucia Lin

Harpist Charles Overton and violinist Lucia Lin team up for a program of new music, including a world premiere by Michael-Thomas Foumai.

Upcoming Digital Performances