Livestream Events

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Free for All Concert Fund

At Home for the Holidays concert 8 PM EDT Monday, December 21, 2020

She’s The First concert 7pm EDT Tuesday, August 18, 2020

Women in Music panel discussion 7pm EDT Thursday, August 13, 2020

Dances and Delights concert 7pm EDT Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Simple Gifts concert 7pm EDT Wednesday, July 15, 2020 

Dive deeper into the world of Boston Landmarks Orchestra with our new Livestream Events (check out our Facebook Live page here)! See our concerts streamed here live, or listen to Maestro Christopher Wilkins as he explores a variety of musical topics with fellow collaborators, partners, musicians, and experts in the field of music. Plus, you get to be in the audience!

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A Discussion of Copland’s Appalachian Spring with Maestro Christopher Wilkins

Christopher Wilkins, and Marielisa and Mariesther Alvarez, co-founders of Boston String Academy

A Chat with the Founders of Boston String Academy

A live discussion with Maestro Christopher Wilkins and Boston String Academy co-founders Marielisa and Mariesther Alvarez. The three will discuss BSA’s founding and how it continues to improve young Bostonian’s lives through music

Posted by Boston Landmarks Orchestra on Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Adrian Anantawan and Christopher Wilkins

Landmarks, ZUMIX, and the Power of Music

Landmarks, ZUMIX, and the Power of MusicA look back at our acclaimed collaboration with East Boston’s ZUMIX. Composer Gonzalo Grau, ZUMIX Director of Operations Jenny Shulman, and ZUMIX alumna Angelina Botticelli join Maestro Wilkins to reflect on the the pieces that ZUMIX students co-composed with Grau for Landmarks. We will also touch on the unique role ZUMIX plays in Boston, and their belief that “music is the most powerful means of developing adolescent self-identity.”

Posted by Boston Landmarks Orchestra on Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Who Invented Beethoven?

A Conversation with Roland Carter, Diane White-Clayton, Emmett Price, and Christopher Wilkins

Virtual Visit with Christopher Wilkins and the Vitale Family

A Conversation with Ashleigh Gordon, Anthony Green, and Christopher Wilkins

A Conversation with Devin Ferreira and Christopher Wilkins

A Discussion of Percussion with Robert Schulz and Christopher Wilkins

A Chat with Benjamin Zander and Christopher Wilkins