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Author: Laima Haley

Takács Quartet livestreams offer front row seats every time

If it’s possible to find silver linings from the COVID-19 pandemic, one of them would surely be the dramatic growth of virtual performances. The Takács Quartet’s continuing livestreamed performances are one such happy outcome, offering access to viewers worldwide as well as flexibility to local patrons. Enjoying a virtuoso performance at home, perhaps with one’s beverage of choice is, after all, a delightful way to spend the evening.

The College of Music’s expert technical team produces six HD-quality livestreams each year (one of which features a guest quartet). These streams include close-up views, exceptional audio quality and can be viewed on most devices including smart TVs. Performances stream live on Sunday evenings but are available to view on demand for an entire week afterwards.

Convenience is another key advantage of livestreamed concerts. In-person season ticket holders also receive free digital access so they can watch if they are unable to attend… or even relive the performance after attending in person!

In-person and streamed performances continue this spring, Jan. 8, March 12 and April 16. Single tickets for livestreamed or in-person performances can be purchased up until the day of the event. In-person and virtual season tickets for the 2022-23 season will be available this spring. Visit to purchase tickets or to log in to your account to view Takács Quartet livestreams.