Published on 4th November 2022
Medici.tv is the world's leading classical music channel featuring hundreds of concerts, operas, and ballets. It also features an extensive range of documentaries, over 200 lectures and master classes in classical music and singing, plus a calendar of live events streamed from the world’s most prestigious concert halls, opera houses, festivals and competitions: have a look now and add to your diary to save the date!
This resource has a user-friendly interface and a powerful search engine, allowing you to access thousands of classical music programmes from Baroque to Contemporary music and to discover recordings from the 1940s to the present day. It also provides access to synopses, and to cast and performer biographies.
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Here is just a taste of what’s available on Medici.tv:
- Yefim Bronfman performs Beethoven, Debussy, Schumann, and Chopin - Tsinandali Festival 2021
- Sir Simon Rattle conducts Dvořák and Tippett, with the London Symphony Orchestra
- Mozart's Così fan tutte – with Federica Lombardi (Fiordiligi), Marina Viotti (Dorabella)...
- Gounod's Faust – with Michael Fabiano (Faust), Erwin Schrott (Méphistophélès)...
- Midsummer Night's Dream by Alexander Ekman, music by Mikael Karlsson - Royal Swedish Ballet
- Swan Lake by Valery Kovtun after Petipa, music by Tchaikovsky – Ballet of the National Opera of Ukraine
- Crazy for Opera: backstage at the Bavarian State Opera
- Stravinsky in Hollywood: a film written, directed, and edited by Marco Capalbo
- Leonard Bernstein, The Gift of Music: An intimate portrait, narrated by legendary screen star Lauren Bacall.
Master classes and lectures
- Master Class with Evangeline Benedetti: Cello, Bow, and You: Alexander Technique Basics
- Leonidas Kavakos: International Violin Masterclass & Chamber Music Workshop
- Opera Master Class with Barbara Frittoli: Verbier Festival 2018
- Alfred Brendel on Music: Three Lectures: Light and Shade of Interpretation
One of our colleagues shares his thoughts here on this great resource. Watch and learn with Medici.tv on any device, whenever and wherever you want. All you need is your Dublin City library card.