This week I am sharing some virtual live performances of Music and Dance. For some true inspiration click here and listen to The Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance singing "Somewhere". These students were planning to come together, in person, to celebrate the Academy’s 50th anniversary in May. That wasn’t to be and since they had already rehearsed they pooled their resources and paid to have a video made of each of them performing in their homes.
If you prefer live stage performances please refer to my previous post as these venues such as Andrew Lloyd Webbers YouTube channel updates offerings weekly for a limited timespan.
Featured through The Boston Globe every Thursday live videos will be added of performances from the many performancing art venues in Massachusetts under an umbrella called ArtsAlive.
The masterminds behind 100 gecs, Dylan Brady and Laura Les, have performed their brand of spastic noise pop at real-life events, including notable shows at N.Y.U.’s Kimmel Center and at Elsewhere, in Brooklyn, last year. Starting today they return to their digital roots for Square Garden, a festival they have organized to support hunger relief efforts. Like Coalchella, the event will be staged in Minecraft, a Lego-style, multiplayer video game in which worlds are constructed from virtual block-shaped materials. To join the fun click here
Lastly since socially distancing at home I have been learning how to conduct my business virtually and will be hosting a Virtual Information Session on Wednesday May 6 at 4:00 pm for buyers and sellers to share ideas on how to start their search if a buyer and how to prepare their home for the market if planning to sell. Please email me anytime if you have any questions or comments and if you would like an invite to my Virtual Information Session @ firstname.lastname@example.org .
Have a great weekend.