Everyone is adjusting to a new normal for right now, and no one knows how long this will last. As such, people are coming together in extraordinary ways to take care of everyone in our community, especially our children and students.

Below is an organized list of free music and music education resources for your use with a list of references at the bottom. Please share this with anyone you feel might benefit from these resources during this time of social distancing. This document is set to public, meaning there are no stipulations on who can and cannot access it. The link to share this document: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1zkDBeKH0rcvgKD7sIYZdz890v7vl7kgsP4vzaOWzCjk/edit?usp=sharing

We hope that you and your family will find something to watch, listen to, and learn from together. If you have any edits or questions, please email me at spayne@yogc.org.

If you would like to learn more about YOGC and what we do, please visit our website at www.yogc.org. If you’d like to keep up to date with other ways YOGC is working to bring our community together digitally through music, follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube (Under Construction)

– Stephanie Payne, Executive Director, Youth Orchestra of Greater Columbus


Live Streamed Concerts
(Please note all times are listed in 12-hour Eastern Time Zone format)

Recorded Performances

Classical Music Radio

YouTube Channels

Music Education Tools and Resources

All Ages

Elementary School

Middle/High School

  • MusicTheory.net (Basic Music Theory lessons and activies)
  • Teoria (Beginner to Intermediate Music Theory Lessons and Activities)