DSO Replay

DSO Replay
March 19, 2020 paperlesslion
Maestro Slatkin leads the DSO

News from the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, the most accessible orchestra on the planet:

Have you heard? DSO Replay, the on-demand video streaming archive of #DSOLive webcasts, is FREE to all. Add music to your social distancing and enjoy High Definition DSO performances on your phone, tablet, or computer. While we can’t wait to welcome you back to Orchestra Hall, for now Orchestra Hall can come to you!

DSO Replay includes archived Live from Orchestra Hall webcasts of Classical Series performances, recorded in High Definition during DSO concerts.


Have kids at home unexpectedly? The service also includes the Classroom Edition expansion, which webcasts the DSO’s Educational Concert Series performances designed for schoolchildren. Video content is supplemented by free music education resources to help parents, tutors, and teachers expand conversations with students beyond the webcasts themselves.


Step 1: Navigate
Visit dso.org/replay on your device for FREE access to our archive of DSO Classical Series and Educational Concert Series programs, interviews, and more!

Option A: Email Login
Submitting your email address to activate a user account will allow you to use special features like Continue Watching and My List

Option B: Guest Access
Don’t want to share your email address? That’s ok too! Choose this option to begin listening without special features.

Step 2: Watch & Listen
You’ve arrived! Watch concerts by season or check out our curated playlists to discover music by period or genre. Scroll through alphabetized composers or search by composition title to find what you’re looking for.

Whether live in Orchestra Hall or on DSO Replay in your home, music is courageous, healing, unifying, powerful, calming, and important, and it can’t be silenced in times of uncertainty. Please consider the role music plays in your life and support your symphony with a gift of any amount today.


Live from Orchestra Hall and DSO Replay are presented by Ford Motor Company Fund and made possible by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. Classroom Edition is additionally supported by the Mandell L. and Madeleine H. Berman Foundation.

Thank you for your support of the DSO.