Faculty of Music performances now available to stream

At present, the service in this blog post is only available to current Trinity Laban staff and students.

Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance eStream logo

We’re pleased to announce that TL’s Music Tech team are now making Faculty of Music performances available for online streaming via eStream. Please note that most recordings are audio only.

To browse the available recordings, check out the Student Performances Music category on eStream and enter your usual TL login (same as for Moodle). Alternatively log in to eStream via the Library Links menu on Moodle and then browse Categories > Student Performances Music.

If you know the exact performance you’re after, we recommend searching eStream for it by date (in the format dd/mm/yyyy e.g. 22/06/2015). You can also search eStream by performer/ensemble or repertoire but this is less precise – ask us in the library for advice if you can’t find what you’re looking for.

Once you’re listening to a recording, in many cases you can browse the different pieces in the performance via the Chapters tab, or download the programme via the Related Media tab. Current students/staff can download the original recording file via the Details tab (Download button). You can also share a link to the recording with other students/staff via the Share button.

Screenshot showing the location of different eStream features on the page

So far recordings of several lunchtime concerts from this academic year are available, plus a selection of recordings from last academic year to whet your appetite, including a TL Symphony Orchestra concert of Rachmaninov and Mahler and a Senior Jazz Ensemble gig from the Inside Out Jazz festival.

Do get in touch with us or the Music Tech team if you have feedback on this new service. If you have technical difficulties with eStream please contact Ian Peppiatt in the Laban Library (who we are very grateful to for all his assistance in getting this up and running). Happy listening!

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