Stream a wide variety of music directly to your computer or mobile device through Hoopla without being on a waiting list or leaving home. Top 40, Gospel, Blues, Latin, Hip Hop, Rap - whatever music genre you are looking for, you can find it on Hoopla! Look at Hoopla's music page or explore their full list of music categories. If you have never borrowed from Hoopla before follow these directions or watch this video tutorial.
For a concert that is online, doesn’t involve tickets, dressing up, or an entire evening’s commitment, watch beautiful music made in a comfortable setting right at home! You can follow us Facebook to catch live performances premiered there. These performances and concerts are often livestreamed on the Library’s Facebook and YouTube channels and then made available for later viewing. Below is a sampling of some recent and upcoming performances and concerts. Find more musical performances for all ages on the Library's YouTube playlist Library Music Performances.
Watch numerous piano solos, a folk songs medley by the Indianapolis Chinese Orchestra, fan dance, dragon dance and much more.
Born and raised in Indianapolis, Goldie Ingram is a seasoned vocalist of Jazz, R&B, Blues, Rock, and a dash of Country. She has opened for national acts, Eric Benet, Lalah Hathaway, Ronnie Laws, Shirley Murdock and has had the pleasure of sharing the stage with Rachelle Ferrell. Watch now!
The Indianapolis-based family gospel group, The Williams Singers, was first organized by Rev. Charles D. Williams as a musical outlet for him and his young family. They mixed traditional quartet-style singing with uplifting, contemporary gospel and R&B. Watch now!
Enjoy a series of classical concerts featuring chamber ensemble music performances by a string quartet and two violins and a piano, by former and current members of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. Watch now!
Musicians of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra present the Teddy Bear Series program, "The Big Note!" Young children are invited to move along to music as they listen to the adventure filled story of a boy’s search through an orchestra for a special musical instrument. Designed for ages 3 to 6. Watch now!
Born in South Florida to a Jamaican father and Barbadian mother, Malcolm, 23, and his 20-year old brother Umoja learned to play violin through South Florida’s public school system, and attended Dillard High School for the Performing Arts. Together, these brothers are Sons of Mystro. Watch now!
Many music organizations are offering online musical experiences for both kids and adults. Listed below are a few to help you get started. For a different kind of musical experience put yourself inside amazing venues and performances with Google's Virtual Tours. Highlights include the Sydney Opera House, Carnegie Hall and the Royal College of Music.