Virtual Music and Performing Arts Activities

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A Noise Within

Learn the basics of scansion in Shakespeare and its function in preparing for a role. Scansion helps actors express the dialogue more clearly and find insight into the characters, while helping audiences make better sense of the language and story.

Fridays at Five. Fridays @ Five is a virtual program from A Noise Within designed to give theatre fans insight into the process behind the company's work and to share updates about the company virtually every Friday at 5 p.m.

Boston Court

Blood/Sugar: A Live Virtual Theatrical Experience. Diagnosed in London at the age of 20, Wyenn’s first response was to resist immediate treatment in order to make it to the theater on time. Now, after more than fifteen years of grappling with diabetes, her relationship with her illness has progressed from denial to a powerful authority over her own well-being. Blood/Sugar weaves the personal with the existential, and the historical with the expressive, to illuminate the day-to-day choices that shape the lives of more than 422 million people worldwide.

DeepMix Entertainment

A long-running weekly Wednesday evening live Americana/singer-songwriter show in the Blue Guitar room at Arroyo Seco Golf Course. This podcast, hosted by Brad Colerick, features artists who have appeared at the series over its ten-year run.


Pasadena’s eclectic MUSEIQUE brings its audiences together virtually for “MUSEIQUE in a Minute! (…Or Two).” A new musician is featured each week on Wednesdays.

Pasadena Symphony and POPS

The Pasadena Symphony will post video clips of past Pasadena POPS Performances weekly on their website, YouTube channel and Facebook/Twitter.

Tune in weekly for the Pasadena Symphony’s video podcast, hosted by Music Director David Lockington and Violist and Composer Brett Banducci. They’ll welcome fellow musicians, conductors, composers and all who make the music happen in a casual discussion about the evolving Classical music landscape, plus special live performances.

Virtual music lessons for beginner students in winds and strings. Check back often for new lessons.

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Pianist Inon Barnatan talks to Music Director David Lockington and Violist Brett Banducci about how he's spending his time during quarantine and what's on the horizon, including his Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 3 concert with the Pasadena Symphony, rescheduled for January 9, 2021.