National Philharmonic’s 2020-2021 concert season, conducted by Maestro Piotr Gajewski, will be streamed from the stage of The Music Center at Strathmore to a device of your choice at no charge. Programs feature a mix of classical masters you love, like Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, and Chopin, and contemporary composers that may become new favorites, including Jessie Montgomery, Carlos Simon, Adolphus Hailstork, Henry Dehlinger, and Janice Hammer.
Our principal players take center stage along with the region’s best, including violinists Nurit Bar-Josef and Jonathan Carney, pianist and fan favorite Brian Ganz, and singers Danielle Talamantes, Rehanna Thelwell, Norman Shankle, and Kevin Short. National Philharmonic’s cover conductor and lecturer Rebecca Smithorn will keep you in the know, hosting pre- and post-concert events. Whether you’re having an organized watch party with friends, or tuning in dressed in pj’s, join National Philharmonic as we bring the music to you!
If we are “live,” the video will start playing at that moment. If it does not, select the “Play” button in the lower left corner of the screen to start the video. Once it starts playing, look on the lower right corner of the “screen” for another little icon that will enlarge the video to fill up the full screen of your device.
Extra tips when watching different devices:
A computer (PC or Mac): Make sure that the sound is turned up on your computer. If your computer sound quality is not very good, use headphones instead, or enable your Bluetooth speaker.
A tablet or phone: Make sure you can find the email or a web page that has the concert URL link on it.
A Smart TV: First, find YouTube among all the apps on your Smart TV, and then type “National Philharmonic at Strathmore” into the search field in the app. You will be able to see the upcoming list of livestreams as soon as you find our Channel.
Connect laptop with TV: Use a HDMI connection to connect your laptop to your smart TV. Then the TV will function like an external computer monitor.
The following devices generally will not work for a webcast:
Traditional stereo or radio
Television not connected to the Internet
VCR or DVD player
Flip phone or another cell phone without Internet access
Computer with no sound capability (rare)
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