Tha Midnight Special w/ 18andCounting
314 Music Series
Join us for the 314 Music Series where you can hear local Saint Louis musicians/bands playing live music that you can watch right on your phones or computer screens in the comfort of your home! Each week three musicians/bands will bring you 30-45 minutes of live music varying from Americana, Rock, Jazz, Pop, and everything in-between. Links to the public Facebook Live Feed will be posted on the event when each musician/band is scheduled to perform.
Follow our page, 314 Music Series, at www.facebook.com/314musicseries/ to meet who will be playing each week as we introduce the musicians/bands the week prior to when they are scheduled to perform.
BB’s Jazz, Blues & Soups
Live from BB’s – The Archives
BB’s Jazz, Blues & Soup has hosted many outstanding performances by artists on their stage and will return as one of St. Louis’ premier music venues bringing the best in live Jazz, Blues, R&B, Roots and Americana to lift the spirit and soothe your soul!
BB’s Jazz, Blues & Soups was fortunate to have captured some of those world-class performances and wishes to share them with you as this unprecedented situation unfolds.
The “Live from BB’s” series broadcasts from their website, www.bbsjazzbluessoups.com, and is shared with the public on BB’s YouTube Channel (bbsjazzblues&soups) after each episode has been aired for one week.
Live Stream Concert Series w/ Beth Bombara
This local rock & roll-influenced Americana artist livestreams virtual concerts on Mondays at 8p.m.
Community Music School of Webster University
If you are looking for quality activities as you “Stay in Place” the Community Music School (CMS) has just what you need. Using Zoom, Skype or FaceTime, musicians can receive the best online individual instruction possible in the St. Louis area. Click here for more information and to sign up for a call from one of our staff members who will help you find an instructor right for you.
Make music this summer – online! The Community Music School of Webster University (CMS) is offering online summer music programs including Kindermusik (ages 6 months – 7 years), Flute Camp, Band Camp, and a Summer Composition Intensive. Camps include a variety of online individual and group interactive activities with professional musicians.
The Dark Room
Live from the Archives
Join us on Facebook every Wednesday through Saturday at 7p.m. for “Live from the Archives” — a video series of some of our favorite performances from our stage. Plus, support the artists directly when you contribute to their virtual tip jars!
Forest Park Forever
Listen Forest Park
Enjoy the sounds of Forest Park, one of the greatest parks in the world, with these sound recordings that let everyone around the world sit back, relax and enjoy the sounds of our region’s greatest civic treasure.
Gateway Arch Park Foundation
The Gateway Arch Park Foundation concert series Blues at the Arch returns for its fifth anniversary year – this time as a series of online events, with new performances every Friday in August. This popular end-of-summer celebration pays tribute to St. Louis’ storied blues history and showcases the talents of our hometown artists. This year’s lineup features Uvee Hayes, Little Dylan, Kingdom Brothers, and Carolyn Mason.
Blues at the Arch, presented by Emerson, is produced by the Gateway Arch Park Foundation in partnership with the National Blues Museum and the National Park Service.
Tracks From Home
Gaslight Studios is happy to present “Tracks From Home – Lo-Fi Quarantine Collaborations” featuring some of our most talented artists from the confines of their basements, bedrooms, and bathrooms! Recorded exclusively on lo-fi home equipment, these songs prove that STL musicians can create in any environment.
Jazz St. Louis
We can still be together while apart thanks to digital connectivity. Jazz St. Louis is committed to our mission to lead our community in advancing the uniquely American art of jazz through live performance, education and community engagement.
The Bistro may be closed for the moment, but you can still catch a concert with us! Join us every Thursday at 7:30 as we re-stream a great show where you can chat with us. Miss the show? No worries! We have you covered as well.
Enjoy great jazz music from the comfort of your own home with our collection of JSL staff recommended albums and playlists specially curated for our fans by jazz experts. A great way to revisit classics and discover new music.
New to jazz? Budding instrumentalist? Music history buff? The JSL Education Department has something for you. Check out JSL’s Listener’s Guide to Jazz, St. Louis Jazz Heroes, and rehearse in “The Shed” with our Education Associate, Carlos Brown, Jr.
Ryan Adams, Off Broadway’s former production manager, is uploading his collection of live recordings of local artist performances at the venue during his decade-long tenure there. All donations will go directly to the employees of Off Broadway, and all recordings are used with the permission of the artists.
This live broadcast features special guests David Grelle, Anita Jackson, Jim Peters, and Matt Henry.
Marquise Knox brings some of the best blues music on this side of the Mississippi, and has toured and performed with classic blues legends such as BB King and modern “dirty” blues icons ZZ Top.
Shelter In Place – Live Concerts
A jazz pianist based at Grand Center’s Open Studio, Peter Martin streams solo piano concerts on his YouTube channel.
The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis
Tunes in the Time of COVID
We’ve compiled a playlist of performances from recent Rep artists posting music and dance performances for your enjoyment in their social media feeds. We hope these songs bring you entertainment and encouragement as we all ride out this chaotic moment together. Collection is updated with more performances as they appear!
Tonina Presents: The Balcony Sessions
Tonina Saputo is a St. Louis-based singer/songwriter, bassist, music journalist and poet who performs her original music along with her arrangements of covers in both Spanish and English. Tonina is livestreaming performances Fridays at 7p.m. through her Instagram, Twitter and Facebook Page.
Town & Country Symphony Orchestra
Video performances feature enriching and fulfilling music performed by community-oriented, volunteer musicians. Directed by David L. Peek, TCSO is actually in its 63rd season of bringing great music to St. Louis County and its surrounding communities.
Whitaker Music Festival
The Whitaker Music Festival is a beloved summer tradition that presents free Wednesday evening concerts under the stars at the Missouri Botanical Garden. The festival is funded by the Whitaker Foundation, which supports St. Louis arts and parks to promote common heritage, celebrate diversity and encourage vitality within the community.
Due to COVID-19 health concerns and continued preventative social distancing measures, the Missouri Botanical Garden will not hold its annual Whitaker Music Festival in 2020, but we invite you to enjoy this Spotify playlist featuring the musicians who were scheduled to play this year.
All musicians will still be paid thanks to the generosity of the Whitaker Foundation.