Watch: Classical Concert Series


A variety of concert performances by both legendary and up-and-coming artists at the University of Leeds, UK can be enjoyed via live stream broadcast as well as via video and audio recordings.


On February 16, 2018, Matthew Hunt, one of Europe’s leading clarinetists, performed in his distinctive style.  If you missed the concert, there’s still time to watch a video recording.  Just click/tap the “Watch Again” button or on the video post on the player below ↓

Robert Schumann – Fantasiestücke
Neils Gade – Fantasiestykker
John Ireland – Fantasy Sonata
Jörg Widmann – Fantasie


Watch Chilean virtuoso Diego Castro Magas‘s challenging, cutting-edge guitar repertoire on Friday, February 23, 7-8am CST.

Simon Steen-Andersen – in-side-out-side-in… (2001)
Scott McLaughlin ­- a string vibrates in two directions (2013)
Scott McLaughlin – at the still point of the turning world (2002)
Claus-Steffen Mahnkopf – Mikrotomie (1992)
Eric Egan – In One 1 (2015/2017)
Wieland Hoban – Knokler (2008-9/2016)


If you missed the January 26, 2018 live performance of Beethoven – String Quartet, op 59 no 2 ‘Razumovsky’ by the Solem Quartet, there’s still time to watch a video recording of the concert.  Just click/tap the “Watch Again” button on the video player below ↓ 


Eva Zöllner (accordion) and Heather Roche (clarinets) presented new pieces for their instruments with electronics from Pierre Alexandre Tremblay to new works by Luis Artunes Pena and Antti Saario, also adding recent solo collaborations.  If you missed the live stream broadcast of this December 2017 concert, there’s still time to watch a video recording.  Just click/tap the “Watch Again” button on the video player below ↓

Antti Saario – new work (Accordion, Clarinet and Electronics)
Farzia Fallah – in sechs Richtungen (Accordion + Electronics)
Thierry Tidrow – Clarintabile (solo clarinet)
Joao Pedro Oliveira – L’accordeon du diable (2006, new version with video 2017)
Luis Artunes Pena – new work (Clarinet + Accordion + Electronics)
Michelle Lou – new work (Bass clarinet and electronics)


Ewan McLennan, a Scottish folk musician and singer-songwriter, started playing folk and acoustic music clubs in 2010 and has since evolved into a major figure in the folk scene.  If you missed McLennan’s live performance at Clothworkers Centenary Concert Hall, University of Leeds, UK on December 1, 2017, there’s still time to watch a video recording.  Just click/tap the “Watch Again” button or the post on the video player and/or listen to McLennan’s 2013 concert performance by playing the audio recording.


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A variety of musical artists have the opportunity to share their music with a live audienceWatch: Open Mic Night:  Broadcast from Ayrshire, Scotland, a variety of performers share their music with a live audience




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