How do I watch?
On Demand and Watch at Home concerts come to you over the Internet. You can watch from any device that has an Internet connection: your phone, desktop computer, laptop, iPad, or smart TV.
How do I connect?
Navigate to the concert page on arizonachambermusic.org. Click the large pink arrow in the photo image of the concert page. Or click the links on the page, if available, to view on Youtube. You can also find the concert on your TV, see details below.
When does the concert begin?
Concerts are released for viewing on all platforms midday on their release date.
Do I have to watch the entire concert?
You can pause the concert at any time and return to where you left off.
Can I watch more than once?
Yes. You may watch the concert as many times as you wish during the time it is available.
Do I need cable service to watch?
You do not need cable. You need Internet service, either from your cellphone carrier or from your supplier of hardwired Internet service at home, at sufficient speed to stream video content.
How do I watch from my computer?
Using your web browser (Safari, Chrome) navigate to arizonachambermusic.org and click on the desired concert image on the home page. On the concert page, click the large pink arrow in the photo to begin streaming the concert. Or click on the link to watch on YouTube, if the link is available.
How do I watch from my mobile device (phone, iPad)?
Using your web browser navigate to arizonachambermusic.org and click on the desired concert image on the home page. On the concert page, click the large pink arrow in the photo to begin streaming the concert. Or click on the link to watch on YouTube, if the link is available.
Can I watch using a smart TV?
Yes. Home setups can vary. There are many options to watch on your TV.
1. Roku – You can use the AFCM Roku Channel if you have a Roku. View Roku Instructions.
2. YouTube – You can open the YouTube app on your TV if you have it by searching for Arizona Friends of Chamber Music channel.
3. Cast – You can cast the video from your mobile device or laptop to your Smart TV, Apple TV, Roku, or other smart TV Devices.
Do I need to login or have a password?
For Spring 2021 online concerts no password or code is required.
Can I record the concert?
No. But you may watch it as many times as you’d like while the concert is available.
Can I pause the concert or stop it watch and later?
Yes. You may pause the concert and then pick up where you left off, or rewind and re-watch.
Can I share the concert?
You may send the link or forward the email to as many friends as you’d like.
How do I get notified of upcoming concerts?
Sign up for our emails here. We announce all Listen at Home and Watch at Home streaming concerts via email.
How are the concerts funded?
For all concerts we rely on your donations to pay musicians, and for the video and audio recording work and equipment, and the production of online streams. Please make a donation of whatever amount you can, either via a link in the email or a Donate Now button on the concert page on the website. Thank you!
What if I have trouble connecting?
Try restarting your device and connecting again from the concert page on our website. Try using a different device to connect. Click the large pink arrow in the photo at the top of the concert announcement. If you have feedback for us on the online streaming experience, please email Cathy Anderson firstname.lastname@example.org