The Orchestra Now is pleased to bring our audiences a variety of musical options that you can enjoy from home:

  • TŌN IN, new video releases including streaming concerts, performances from home, interviews, and more—New video releases every Thursday!
  • Flashbacks to past concerts through audio and video recordings—New audio flashback releases every Tuesday!
  • Videos of our musicians playing music at home, and creating fun collaborations with their friends and colleagues
  • Interview videos where you get to meet the musicians of TŌN
  • and more!!

We can’t wait to perform for a live audience in the concert hall again, but in the meantime, Stay TŌNed! 

Audio Flashback: Lera Auerbach’s Violin Concerto No. 3, De Profundis

Starting today, we are thrilled to release a live concert recording from our archives every Tuesday! Today we offer the U.S. premiere of Lera Auerbach‘s Violin Concerto No. 3, De Profundis, performed with soloist Vadim Repin.

Join us on Facebook Thursday at 7 PM to watch the video of the concert featuring this performance, with a live chat with some TŌN musicians!

Music From Home: Anita Tóth

. . . and one for Mahler! The great composer passed away on this day in 1911. TŌN musician Anita Tóth plays an excerpt from his third symphony along the banks of the Hudson River.


Posted by Tóth Anita on Monday, May 18, 2020

Facebook Watch Party 5/21

THURSDAY at 7: Join us on Facebook to watch our 2018 concert De Profundis, featuring violinist Vadim Repin, soprano Elizabeth de Trejo, and the Bard Festival Chorale, conducted by Leon Botstein and James Bagwell. Live chat with TŌN musicians while you watch!

The Sanctuary Concert Project

This Sunday afternoon, musicians from The Orchestra Now are producing The Sanctuary Concert Project, benefiting the Columbia County Sanctuary Movement‘s Mano A Mano Mutual Aid Fund. Stream online May 17 at 1 PM Eastern on the project’s Facebook Page, and donate at

TŌN on the Radio: Performance Today

Today we’re back on Performance Today with the final movement of Dohnányi’s Symphony No. 2. Listen tonight at 8 PM on Classical WMHT-FM 89.1/88.7, or stream online for the next 30 days at Read the concert notes, written by former TŌN clarinetist Elias Rodriguez by clicking here.

Meet the Musicians of TŌN: Dillon Robb

A few months back we got to chat with TŌN violinist Dillon Robb. He talked about his origins on the violin, what he loves about the camaraderie with his fellow musicians, and how he secretly wishes he was a raver!

Concert Notes and Music for May 9–10

This weekend we were to have performed Mahler‘s 2nd Symphony, Resurrection, with the Bard College Conservatory Orchestra, vocal soloists from Bard’s Graduate Vocal Arts Program, the Bard College Chamber Singers, and the Bard Festival Chorale. While we can’t play the music for you live, we are happy to share the concert notes, written by TŌN musicians Jarrod Briley and Pecos Singer, and a video of the symphony as performed by the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. Enjoy both at

TŌN on the Radio: Performance Today

Today we’re back on Performance Today with the Hamlet Overture composed by Brahms‘ favorite violinist, Joseph Joachim. Listen tonight at 8 on WMHT -FM, or stream online. Read the concert notes, written by former TŌN horn player Ethan Brozka, by clicking here.

Music From Home: Regina Brady

TŌN oboist Regina Brady played the world premiere of a movement of COVID OBOE VIOLA OVID for oboe and viola with her partner, Jonah Sirota (who is also the composer!), in tonight’s episode of Living Music with Nadia Sirota.

Living Music: Pirate Radio Edition Episode 15

Episode 15 of Living Music: Pirate Radio Edition — Tune in for a classics-inspired world premiere! Mai Tais! A pregnant cockroach! LITERAL GLENN KOTCHE! SIBLINGS!! It’s all tonight at 9pm eastern. Whip yourself up something fruity, garnish garishly, and watch with friends! Starring Jonah Sirota, Regina Brady, Du Yun and Glenn Kotche! More info at

Posted by Living Music with Nadia Sirota on Thursday, May 7, 2020

TŌN on the Radio: Performance Today

Hear The Orchestra Now play the first movement of Edward Elgar‘s Symphony No. 1 on Performance Today. Stream online for the next 30 days at Read the concert notes by former TŌN bassoonist Adam Romey at