The best places for watching live music on TV, in cinemas and on the internet are increasingly becoming increasingly rare.
And yet, it is not the only way to see them.
We are increasingly seeing music on screens in the virtual world that is often so lifelike and captivating, you cannot help but think of it as something you could not possibly see if you were on the other side of the world.
Here are 10 of the most captivating and captivating concerts on TV that are currently streaming live in the UK, including a virtual tour through the world of music.
The most compelling live concert ever, the Manchester Orchestra’s The Piano Player is on offer for free in cinemascope in cinemacode at the Royal Albert Hall, with a virtual performance in the flesh.
The music of the late British singer-songwriter John Peel, who wrote songs such as A Day in the Life, is available to stream on VHS tape, as well as being recorded and mastered by the late John Peel.
The Royal Albert, where Peel was born, is also the home of the Manchester Philharmonic Orchestra, a quintet that includes The Beatles, The Who and The Rolling Stones.
The London Symphony Orchestra is also in the public domain, but the London Symphony Hall in east London is the only one that is open to the public and offers live performances in the video format.
A virtual concert is also available in the live theater format, which can be enjoyed by the public on the go.
The Beatles: A Day at the Races is also offered free for the public in cinemaeo-video format in cinemafilter and online at the London Theatre of Contemporary Arts.
The recording studio where the band recorded its seminal 1967 album Abbey Road is also accessible for viewing in cinemagraph and online in the Live Theatre of the LCA.
The BBC Symphony Orchestra’s Live at the Opera is available in its entirety on Vimeo, which also makes it available in 360°.
The world’s most beloved pop group The Beatles has a live performance in cinemasystems, with an in-person and virtual audience of musicians from all over the world, and on-screen live performances by a number of different musicians.
The live concert at Wembley Stadium is currently available in a virtual reality environment on Vero, the video platform of The BBC, for free for members and customers.
The concert, featuring the band’s original single, Live at Leeds, is being streamed in 360º in both a virtual and real environment.
Live from the London Museum of Contemporary Art is being simulcast in 360 degrees in the interactive London Virtual Experience.
The iconic BBC Concert Orchestra, which is currently in the private domain, is on stream in a 360º virtual reality setting in the London Interactive Theatre.
The National Theatre Orchestra is offering a virtual live performance of their performance of Otello, with the virtual concert taking place in an interactive theater.
The band has been touring in the United States and Canada since the 1960s and has recently performed live at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
The American rock band The Beatles is also on the line up, but will not be simulcast live in cinematic format in a public venue in the U.S. The group will also be streamed in the Virtual Tour of the National Theatre in the VR360 experience.
The legendary band The Who are also currently available to view on Veeam.
The virtual live concert will also make a return to the Royal Opera House, where the group performed live in 1969.
The new immersive experience will include 360-degree views of the Royal Theatre in London, a virtual audience and a virtual conductor, with 360-degrees views of a live concert by the band.
The experience will be available for free to members and fans of the British band, with access to a digital ticket for each experience.
BBC Music: The Beatles Live at The Roxy, featuring The Beatles’ iconic Live at Abbey Road, is currently being simulcasts on Vireio 360, a video platform that will also offer 360° views of The Beatles.
This new 360-dome immersive concert will feature an interactive experience in which members of the band will be given the chance to tour the venue, interact with the staff and fans, and get a taste of the experience for free.
BBC Studios is also offering the opportunity for members of its Royal Opera Orchestra to experience the live performance live in 360- degrees in virtual reality in a series of virtual concerts.
The performance will be presented live in real time in the studio and available to members of BBC Music, with free access to the live concert in the app for those who have the Virei 360 subscription.
BBC Concerts: The British band The Cure will be performing live in a live video experience in virtual space at the BBC Concert Hall in London.
The immersive concert, which has already been streamed in cinematics, will include the band performing live with the London Philharmonics