We are very pleased that concerts are going ahead this autumn, but sad not to be able to share them with a live audience. Instead, they will be streamed on our YouTube channel each Wednesday at 7.45pm. We very much hope that you will join us then - as you would do in the concert hall. If that's not possible, the videos will be available to view after the premiere. To make them widely available, they are free to view but we'd be very grateful if you felt able to support our commitment to paying performers by making a donation.
I hope that we will be able to welcome audiences back in the new year. In the meantime, please enjoy our music online. Details of the concerts can be found on our What's On pages.
Please help us in supporting musicians during these difficult times by making a donation to YorkConcerts Online programme.
Our Beethoven 250 Online series continues on Wednesday 25 November with the 7.45pm YouTube premiere of the recital by outstanding tenor Joshua Ellicott. Although not thought of as a song composer, Beethoven's vocal output was large. Many of the songs are remarkable for their intimate and personal nature which is wonderfully communicated in this recital by Joshua. Accompanied on the fortepiano by Nicky Losseff, his programme includes Beethoven's best-known vocal work, the song cycle An die ferne Geliebte, and a selection of settings of Scottish verse.
Details of all our events marking the 250th anniversary of Beethoven's birth are in our special leaflet.