A! Magazine for the Arts

Arts are available online

March 24, 2020

Artists, actors and musicians around the globe are making their craft available online to enlighten and entertain us while we are staying at home. Here are just a few of the available online offerings.

Audible is offering free audio books. The free audiobooks (no subscription required) include classics such as “Les Miserables,” “Brave New World,” “Frankenstein,” “Pride and Prejudice” and more.

The Metropolitan Operamakes a new opera available at 7:30 p.m. daily on its website. This week they are offering performances of Wagner, including “The Ring Cycle.”

Stories for children (and those who are young at heart) are performed by Rick McVey and are available at the Washington County Public Library,Abingdon, Virginia.

The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestrapresents its Beethoven NOW concert and several otherson its website. Several of its performers are offering mini concerts on its Facebookpage.

Border Bash offers free concerts beginning April 1 on their Facebookpage.

The British Museum, Musée d’Orsay,Uffizi Gallery, Van Gogh Museum, and others are offering free virtual tours.

Go online and see what other creative endeavors you will find to lighten your mood.