Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Live and Recorded Concert Streaming on the Indiana University Website

My colleague Tom Diamond, director of the soon-to-open Opera To Go at Tapestry New Opera Works, just spent several weeks at Indiana University directing their production of Handel's Giulio Cesare earlier this year. Tom alerted me to the fact that the School of Music at IU streams a large number of their concerts and productions in high-definition video. A quick check shows that recent full-length productions of Giulio Cesare, Cendrillon, The Nutcracker, Love for Three Oranges, Merry Wives of Windsor, and La Boheme are currently online, as well as a recent performance of the IU Philarmonic with Leonard Slatkin conducting. The productions are filmed with several camera units, are edited quite well (with surtitles in the operas too!), feature an extremely crisp picture, and are available without charge or signup. What a great way to spend your evenings...

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous12:57 AM

    Thank you for sharing this!