Encore Live

COVID-19 has disrupted classrooms and performance halls across the US, as musicians have been forced to transition into online environments. It may not be possible to travel or perform with your ensemble now, but we can still stay connected. With our Encore Live series, you can learn and interact with our network of Musical Directors, Concert Managers, Tour Managers and musicians around the world.

  • Encore Live: Upcoming Schedule

    Encore Live: Upcoming Schedule

    It may not be possible to travel or perform with your ensemble right now, but with the Encore Live series, you can still stay connected. Take a look at the schedule for our upcoming virtual events!

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  • Encore Live: Pau Casals and the Bach Cello Suites

    Encore Live: Pau Casals and the Bach Cello Suites

    In this week's Encore Live, TM Javier Parrilla Guix discusses the incredible life of Pau Casals, and examines his version of The Song of the Birds, which is often considered a symbol of Catalonia.

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  • Encore Live: Inside Dublin's Christ Church Cathedral

    Encore Live: Inside Dublin's Christ Church Cathedral

    In this week's Encore Live, we take a behind-the-scenes tour of Dublin's Christ Church Cathedral. The Choir of Christ Church Cathedral Dublin recorded three pieces for this event, so please enjoy!

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  • Encore Live: Mack the Knife and the Wild Years of Berlin (Part 2)

    Encore Live: Mack the Knife and the Wild Years of Berlin (Part 2)

    In this week's Encore Live event, Tour Manager Markus Stuckelberger continues his examination of the song "Mack the Knife" and how it reflects the history of Germany in the 1920s.

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  • Encore Live: Mack the Knife and the Wild Years of Berlin (Part 1)

    Encore Live: Mack the Knife and the Wild Years of Berlin (Part 1)

    In this week's Encore Live, we take a look at the story behind the music as Tour Manager Markus Stuckelberger examines the song "Mack the Knife" and provides a glimpse into Berlin's history.

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  • Encore Live: The Peculiar Case of Haydn's Head

    Encore Live: The Peculiar Case of Haydn's Head

    In this week's Encore Live, Peter Ede traces the bizarre story of what happened to composer Joseph Haydn’s head after it was removed from his body and stolen by gravediggers.

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  • Encore Live: Flamenco and What Follows

    Encore Live: Flamenco and What Follows

    As part of our Encore Live series, Tour Manager Sonia Beck examines Flamenco as an art form, as a musical discipline, and as a philosophical influence on all areas of Spanish life.

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  • Encore Live: Ireland - A Musical Rebellion

    Encore Live: Ireland - A Musical Rebellion

    As part of our Encore Live series, Tour Manager Adrian Metcalfe examines several songs that embody Ireland's rebellious spirit and explains the story behind the music.

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  • Encore Live: From Paris

    Encore Live: From Paris

    As part of our Encore Live series, we spoke with our resident France expert, Alain Doff, and conductor Till Aly to discuss the re-opening of the French music scene.

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  • Encore Live: From Vienna

    Encore Live: From Vienna

    We are coming to you live from Vienna! In the first episode of Encore Live, Peter Ede discusses day-to-day life in Vienna with Herbert Konrad and Theresa Konrad-Karstens.

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  • Encore Live: Archived Events

    Encore Live: Archived Events

    Check out some of our previously recorded videos and archived events from the Encore Live series.

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    Ebook 15 Lesson Plans

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  • ACIS Connect: Exploring Ancient Greek Columns

    ACIS Connect: Exploring Ancient Greek Columns

    In the first episode of ACIS Connect, tour manager Dimitra Neonakis takes a virtual journey through a key aspect of ancient Greek culture: the Greek column.

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