It’s hard to be a fan of the arts right now; after all, the best art experiences are in person, like visiting a gallery opening or sitting down at the theater to watch a show.
If you’re among the aficionados missing classical music, jazz, opera shows and ballet performances during the global pandemic, head to Stingray Classica for a 30-day, free trial to access multiple shows and performances virtually.
The Canadian television channel is devoted to the arts, and now American residents can get in on the action too. The free trial to the premium service can be activated at stingray.com/freemonthclassica. All you have to do is enter the code “freeview” and you’re on your way to humming along to your favorite shows.
Viewers can watch La Traviata from the Teatro Real Madrid, Handel at Chambord Castle in France, as well as dance and ballet premieres on Thursdays for the remainder of May, and many more.
Stingray, the parent company of Stingray Classica, is also giving away free access to Stingray Karaoke (with over 50,000 song options for users) and Stingray Qello, which features multi-genre concert performances. So, throw on your best opera outfit, grab your partner or the family and get ready for the at-home shows.
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