LiveList Top 5 Live Streams of the Week | May 7-13

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Unknown Mortal Orchestra

May 7 | 12:00 PM Pacific


Unknown Mortal Orchestra is an American and New Zealand rock band composed of singer, guitarist and songwriter Ruban Nielson, bassist Jake Portrait and drummer Riley Geare. The band was started by Nielson (formerly of The Mint Chicks). They’re on tour this week in Seattle, WA and they’ll pop into the KEXP Radio studios for an intimate live session.


Relix Live Music Conference

May 8-9 | 6:00 AM Pacific

The Relix Channel

Starting at 6 a.m. PT on Tuesday, May 8 and Wednesday, May 9, the Relix Live Music Conference will broadcast live from the Brooklyn Bowl. The conference will feature “panels and discussions that touch on subjects across the live music business” including topics like ticketing, talent buying, entrepreneurship, artist management, activism and more. Representatives from some of the industry’s top companies will come together to network, strategize and share their knowledge on all things music; scheduled speakers include representatives from Red Light Management, The Capitol Theatre, Bowery Presents, CIDEntertainment, HeadCount, Superfly, Ben & Jerry’s and many more.


Boiler Room x Ballantine’s True Music Africa : Kenya

May 10 | 10:00 AM Pacific

Boiler Room

On May 10th we’re in Nairobi for the third instalment of our cross-continent True Music Africa tour with Ballantine’s. As with Cape Town, South Africa and Douala, Cameroon, this series shines a light on the most progressive creatives pushing boundaries in hyper-local scenes across the continent.


Essentially Ellington Festival

May 10-12 | Times Vary

Jazz at Lincoln Center

On May 10, the finalist bands will arrive in New York City to spend three days immersed in workshops, jam sessions, rehearsals and performances at Jazz at Lincoln Center. On May 12, the Competition & Festival will conclude with a concert and awards ceremony featuring the three top-placing bands and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis. The Competition & Festival is the culmination of the annual Essentially Ellington High School Jazz Band Program which also includes non-competitive regional festivals around the country, teaching resources, a summer Band Director Academy, and more. The year-long Essentially Ellington program will have distributed more than 36,800 newly transcribed scores by the end of this school year.


Tugan Sokhiev Conducts “Pictures at an Exhibition”

May 12 | 10:00 AM Pacific

Digital Concert Hall / Berlin Philharmonic

There can hardly be a better word to describe Yefim Bronfman’s piano playing than ʻsublimeʼ. When the American piano virtuoso with Russian-Jewish roots takes to his instrument, he sits there, still as a statue: Bronfman celebrates his art with stoic calm, and yet sets off a veritable storm of feeling with great emotional intensity. With regard to his controlled body language, the master pianist fondly remembers his colleague Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli: “He did not move one muscle too many. But if he once raised his eyebrows, that meant a lot. The music must show emotions, not me. I get paid to be a pianist, not a dancer or an actor.” For his guest appearance in the Philharmonie, the pianist, together with the Berliner Philharmoniker and under the baton of Tugan Sokhiev, turns his customary imposing technique to Beethoven’s Third Piano Concerto in C minor, a key of particular significance to the composer.

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