Digital Events

Discover the Voice in Everything—from the comfort of your own home with livestream concerts and content. See below for upcoming performances.

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Want to watch now? Current subscribers and donors of $50 or more have unlimited access to May Festival On Demand—a digital archive of past performances and digital content to enjoy all year long.

Upcoming Events

Montgomery + Beethoven No. 9

This full performance will be streamed live from Music Hall and made available to view online immediately afterward (for a 24 hour period).

Artists & Program

May Festival at the Basilica

Selections of this performance will be recorded and made available to view online after the 2022 May Festival season at a date to be determined.

Artists & Program

Cantata criolla

The performance of Cantata criolla: Florentino, el que cantó con el Diablo will be recorded and made available to view online after the 2022 May Festival season at a date to be determined.

Artists & Program

Past Performances

Opening Weekend

ANTON BRUCKNER: Adagio from String Quintet in F Major
JULIA PERRY: Stabat Mater
GUSTAV MAHLER, arr. Schoenberg: Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen ("Songs of a Wayfarer")
GUSTAV HOLST: Selections from Choral Hymns from the Rig Veda, Group 4, H. 100

May Festival subscribers and donors now have FREE access to this concert On Demand. Please check your email or most recent tax receipt for more information.

Hearts and Voices Soar

GUSTAV MAHLER: Adagietto from Symphony No. 5
BENJAMIN BRITTEN: The Illuminations
FRANZ SCHUBERT: Selected Songs
GUSTAV HOLST: Selections from Choral Hymns from the Rig Veda, Group 2, H. 98
REENA ESMAIL: Selections from I Rise: Women in Song

May Festival subscribers and donors now have FREE access to this concert On Demand. Please check your email or most recent tax receipt for more information.

singing / everything

May Festival Youth Chorus
Matthew Swanson director
Robert Busiakiewicz composer
Stacey Fox digital design

This innovative and immersive digital work, commissioned by the May Festival Youth Chorus, is based on texts of Gertrude Stein and allows the listener to explore and alter the piece in real time.

Instructions:
1. Make sure your sound is on.
2. Use your mouse to click on icons and move sliders.
3. Get ready - the mouse moves your field of vision just like your head does!
4. The piece will begin again when you’ve reached the end, so you can go again and try new things.
5. Have fun!

Experience the Project

View notes and texts for the program
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