Join us online for our first week of livestreamed programming in our new Live from the Temple series! These livestreamed concerts and events can be enjoyed in the comfort of your own home, or from anywhere in the world – and replayed at your convenience. 

Filmed at the Temple for Performing Arts and broadcast live online, our Live from the Temple concerts feature a reduced-size orchestra spaced appropriately to ensure musician safety. Each concert will include special interviews and behind-the-scenes footage, along with a post-concert Q&A session with Maestro Joseph Giunta. Click here for detailed instructions for accessing our concert broadcasts, making it easy to enjoy them on a Smart TV, a laptop, or even on your phone.

Join us throughout the week leading up to the concert for prelude talks, virtual cocktail parties, Classical Conversations, and more! Read on to view our full list of activities and create your own concert week schedule. 

Live from the Temple: History & Folklore

Bach’s colorful, inventive Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 kicks off a musical journey through three continents and 300 years spanning Gabriela Lena Frank’s Leyendas, Piazzolla’s Oblivion, and Debussy’s Sacred and Profane Dances featuring Principal Harpist Erin Brooker-Miller.

Sun, Sep 27 at 7:00PM: Symphony with a Twist (Maestro's Circle Exclusive)

Members of the Maestro’s Circle are invited to join us for our first ever virtual donor lounge – Symphony with a Twist! 

Tue, Sep 29 at 7:00PM: ReMix (Free)

This fun and free event combines a live mixology class with music-themed trivia. 

Wed, Sep 30 at 6:30PM: Classical Conversations ($15)

Go inside the music in this informative and entertaining online class. Add on optional wine + cheese pairings from The Cheese Shop.

Thu, Oct 1 at 7:00PM: History and Folklore ($15)

From Bach’s colorful, inventive Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 to Gabriela Lena Frank’s Leyendas, take a musical journey spanning three continents and 300 years. Join us for dinner and a show - add on a dinner box or wine pairings from Alba.