Get Musical

Wildcat 91.9 FM: K-State's student-run radio station is still on the air! Tune in as you drive to your essential shopping or stream online for alternative/independent rock, hip hop, jazz, and local music. A programming schedule is available on their website.

Telekaraoke: Learn how you can use Zoom and Watch2Gether to host a telekaraoke night with friends and family. Duets and costumes encouraged.

NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants): Whether you're a musician, music enthusiast, student, parent or educator, NAMM has curated a massive list of exciting free and low-cost options to continue making a musical world all around you.

Music Impact Network: Music & Youth Initiative has curated a list of virtual programming ideas and resources that will help artists of all ages make music from home.

DIY Musician: If you're in a band or do solo gigs, browse these tips for how you can still connect with fans from a distance.

Death Cab for Cutie livestream: Ben Gibbard from Death Cab for Cutie is livestreaming on YouTube from his home at 4 p.m. PT/6 p.m. CST every Thursday. Tune in live or watch after the broadcast whenever it's convenient for you.

Education & Bass: Register for a free membership to access a selection of courses covering a range of electronic music production topics.

UCLArts & Healing: Their free HOPE (Healing Online for People Everywhere) Series of seminars was created to enable the global community to build resilience through social-emotional arts during this unprecedented time. This free series will continue through July 2020. June and July sessions will be added to the website soon.

Teach Rock: Teach Rock's distance learning page features free music-focused lesson outlines and resources for teachers, parents or anyone interested in learning about topics like Drawing to Music, The Indigenous Roots of Rock and Roll, What Is Sampling?, and a variety of artist profiles.

3 months of free guitar, bass and ukulele lessons from Fender Play: Learn from world-class musicians in bite-sized lessons with professional-quality video. Track your progress, learn by playing songs you love, and practice anywhere, any time, on any device.

Live Streams and Virtual Concerts: A number of artists and musical institutions are taking the show online to share some musical joy during these trying times. From Miley Cyrus to the New York Metropolitan Opera and Disney, Billboard is continually updating this listing, so keep checking for new events.

"One Day More" parody: If your living situation involves roommates or family members, write a parody song and film it, or record a group singalong over Zoom. Actual singing talent not required, just think of the memories 5 years from now!

Collaborate on a Spotify playlist: Team up to make the ultimate playlist! Just set any playlist to Collaborative and your friends will be able to add, delete, and reorder the tracks. Then you can all tune in as you individually walk, work out, cook or study from your own homes.

Tiny Desk Concerts: Watch cozy home concerts from the comfort of your own home. These intimate video performances are recorded live at the desk of All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen.

Seattle Symphony free broadcasts: The Seattle Symphony is continuing to share performances that provide strength, comfort and joy. The musicians of the Seattle Symphony have generously volunteered to share free broadcasts with everyone during this time of uncertainty. Visit the link for a program schedule, all broadcasts through their YouTube and Facebook.

15 Broadway Plays and Musicals You Can Watch On Stage From Home: From Newsies to Sweeney Todd, Playbill is running down some of the best filmed Broadway shows—and where to find them. Note: some of these may not be free, or may be free only for certain streaming services.