Living Room Live presents Tamsin Waley-Cohen playing multiple concerts over the coming month, all livestreamed from home. The March 31 edition features guest player Ann Beilby, for a program set to include Passacaglia for violin and viola by Handel & Halvorsen and a selection of passages from Schubert. On Wednesday, April 1, Waley-Cohen will perform a livestreamed concert with George Xiaoyuan Fu.
Italian pianist Gloria Campaner released her debut CD in 2013 via EMI. Her concert performance of Rachmaninoff's Second Piano Concerto with RAI National Orchestra & Juraj Valčuha was released in 2016 by Warner Classics, with a live concert recording of Schumann’s Piano Concerto released two years later.
San Diego surf-punkers The Frights were still teens when founded by Richard Dotson (the Cricks), Mikey Carnevale (Monomood, Black Hootie). The Frights At Home Tour features the band performing a different complete album live on the internet each episode. Hypochondriac will be featured on April 4, followed by You Are Going to Hate This on April 8 and their self-titled album on April 11.
It's been around a dozen years since country-pop-rock singer-songwriter Ron Pope performed on MTV's TRL as a featured up-and-coming artist. Though briefly signed to major label Universal Republic, most of his music has been self-released, with songs turning up on TV shows like So You Think You Can Dance, The Vampire Diaries, 90210, and Nashville. Due to the current rising concerns of COVID-19 and social distancing practices in the U.S., Pope will be live-streaming special performances from his home.
Neil Young’s Fireside Sessions, filmed by his wife actress/director Daryl Hannah at the couple's home in Telluride, CO, are providing a very warm and welcomed respite. Says Young, "Music is the great healer and the one true universal language, the intimate fireside solo sessions welcome you to sit by the fire and enjoy some comfort and unfiltered music."