Technology has made remote collaboration possible in amazing ways, and now we’re seeing it put to good use to serve a vital need. Here are some of our favorite “virtual” performances circulating today.

The New York Youth Symphony recorded the second movement of Mahler’s First Symphony. Conducted by Michael Repper, these young musicians’s videos are even organized in sections.



Calling themselves the Quarantine Choir, these singers stirringly perform “O Crux Ave” by Latvian composer Rihards Dubra. The quality is stunning for a remote performance.



Sovenian jazz vocal group Perpetuum Jazzile knock out this funky and jazzy a capella rendition of “You’re the Voice.” Get ready for goosebumps.



Finally, Norway’s Arctic Philharmonic rock out with Norwegian native Edvard Grieg.