The Timucua Arts Foundation (Website), the living room-turned-concert hall run by former Cirque du Soleil music director Benoit Glazer, is working on ways to help artists during the pandemic.

The foundation is known for hosting regular free concerts in Glazer’s SoDo District home so when presented with the challenge of social distancing during the outbreak, Timucua decided to hop online.

The Foundation will be streaming nightly rebroadcasts from past concerts in their video archives that you can watch at, on Facebook Live, or on YouTube at 7:30 p.m. every night – presumably, until they run out of videos.

You can make a donation online to become a monthly subscriber to the Foundation and its content for $10 a month which also gives you access to the entirety of Timucua’s recorded archive if you’d rather binge it all at once.

Brendan O'Connor

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