Bachtrack At Home

Travel to some of the world's stunning concert halls and great orchestras – without leaving your home!

Welcome to the new Bachtrack At Home. Browse our library of On Demand concerts from our six partners, who include some of the world's top orchestras and broadcasters. The concerts are all completely free, they all feature top class artists, and they're all in excellent HD quality.

Look out for our live streams of forthcoming concerts – be there with the audience in the hall!

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GothenburgSpring Concert

Kodály, Stenhammar, Stravinsky
Gothenburg Symphony; Dalia Stasevska; Justyna Jara

OsloHadelich and Harth-Bedoya

The Norwegian Radio Orchestra; Miguel Harth-Bedoya; Augustin Hadelich
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AmsterdamArenski, Chamber works

Arensky: String Quartet no. 2 in A minor, Op.35
Amsterdam Sinfonietta; Candida Thompson

UtrechtPurcell: King Arthur

Purcell: King Arthur
Jean Tubéry; La Fenice; Vox Luminis; Lionel Meunier
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Our partners

Video on demand technology for your home – Part 1

The classical music industry is now providing a profusion of on-demand videos which you can watch over the Internet. Getting the right setup, however, can be tricky. Here is our guide to how to find the best setup at home.

Video on demand technology for your home – Part 2

This series of two articles looks at what you might need to get the best possible experience of watching concerts or opera from streaming services like Met Opera on Demand or the Berliner Philharmoniker Digital Concert Hall. The first article looked at internet and video: this article concentrates on audio and on putting the whole system together.

Concert hall acoustics in the 21st century: Interview with Sam Berkow

A pupil of Russell Johnston at Artec, Sam Berkow has been the acoustical designer of performing arts venues and recording studios. He talks to David Karlin about modern acoustics, and his belief that modern performance spaces should support a wide range of performances without acoustical compromise.

At home: AVROTROS Dutch Public Broadcasting

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AVROTROS is the major public broadcaster in the Netherlands and parent of Radio 4 Klassiek. Its extensive concert library includes concerts from Amsterdam's Concertgebouw and Utrecht's Tivoli Vredenburg.

At home: Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra

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The Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra broadcasts concerts from “The Blue Building”, Stockholm's beautiful Konserthuset. With Chief Conductor Sakari Oramo, the RSPO draws audiences beyond the hall with the service KonserhusetPlay.

At home: Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra

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In 2015 the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra celebrated their 250th anniversary. Once led by composer Edvard Grieg, today’s Chief Conductor Edward Gardner breathes fresh air into one of the longest standing orchestras.

At Home: Gothenburg Symphony

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Gothenburg Symphony streams around two concerts per month live and maintain a substantial archive. Their newly appointed Chief Conductor is the dynamic young Finn Santtu-Matias Rouvali: look out for Nordic music.

At home: Gürzenich Orchestra

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The streaming service GO PLUS takes you to the sound world of the Gürzenich Orchestra in Cologne. Each season, a selection of carefully curated programmes and concerts are available to watch in HD.

At home: Norwegian Radio Orchestra

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The Norwegian Radio Orchestra (Kringkastingsorkestret or KORK in Norwegian) is part of national broadcaster NRK. Miguel Harth Bedoya is Chief Conductor; they stream live and record broadcasts from the Store Studio in Oslo.