The COVID-19 pandemic has us locked up in our houses. Yet even though we’re forced to be indoors, there’s a lot we can do to keep ourselves entertained. Here’s a list of music performances you can stream at home.
NCPA’s line-up of performances to stream features the Symphony Orchestra of India’s recitals of Elgar and Stravinsky, bharatanatyam by Rama Vaidyanathan, a presentation of Rabindranath Tagore’s poetry by Gulzar and kathak by Kumudini Lakhia.
When: Until Saturday, May 30 at 6pm.
Get the most out of India’s EDM scene streaming straight in your homes. Stay tuned to for the big reveal of new artists every day.
When: Until Sunday, May 24, 6.30pm onwards.
International Clown Festival
Watch the entertaining antics of a clown called Flubber and his friends every Tuesday and Friday.
When: Until Friday, May 29 at 5pm.
Common Roots is a virtual music festival that supports organisations such as GiveIndia. The 12-hour music concert will take place on Saturday, starting at 2pm and features artists such as Grammy awardee Ricky Kej, Sri Lankan singer Ryan De Mel and Bangalore-based folk-rock artist Raghu Dixit (pictured above).
When: Saturday, May 16 and Saturday, May 23 2pm onwards.
To register for Common Roots, see here.
Stream the popular playback singer’s pop and Bollywood numbers on BookMyShow’s new online streaming channel.
For more events you can stream, see here.