COVID-19 has shuttered concert halls across the region while ghost lights watched over the empty stages. Fueled by their passion and determination to make music, ESYO musicians are back together again and bringing joy by performing the music they love. Our in-person gatherings may look different, but ESYO continues to resonate together on-stage and online.
While we cannot perform for audiences now, you can watch full ESYO concerts and relive the "best of" ESYO moments online in our Virtual Concert Hall.
ESYO's Virtual Concert Hall is a digital stage that allows you to invite ESYO's vibrant young musicians into your home during the COVID-19 pandemic. Listen to your favorite classical masterpiece or Jazz standard on-demand or watch full-length concerts on-the-go from your computer, smartphone, or tablet. Browse free concerts, talks, and interviews, or buy a virtual ticket to watch ESYO perform LIVE from the Mainstage at Proctors. Now you can enjoy ESYO anywhere in the world.
Purchasing a ticket to a full-length virtual performance is a great way to provide vital support to ESYO and live music during the COVID-19 pandemic. Buying tickets is easy.
When you bought your ticket, we created an account for you using the email address on your registration form. Go to the Virtual Concert Hall, go to "Full Length Concerts", find your concert, and click Watch Now. Log into your account and enjoy the performance. The full-length concert will be available to watch online in the Virtual Concert Hall for 48 hours from the start of the performance.
ESYO's Virtual Concert Hall is the result of hundreds of hours of development, the hard work of ESYO's young musicians, conductors, and artistic staff, and the generous support of donors and the greater Capital Region community. The Virtual Grand Opening will take place on Thursday, December 3, 2020 at 7pm with a performance of Beethoven's Symphony No. 1 performed by ESYO Symphony Orchestra's Symphony Classical.
Concert halls may be closed to audiences, buy ESYO continues to play, no matter what. Keep vibrant young musicians learning together during the COVID-19 pandemic and provide vital support to keep our virtual concert hall open.