Concert Videos

Classical Media provides a comprehensive multi-camera video service for live concerts, ranging from solo instrumentalists to a full symphony orchestra.

As with all our video productions we start with the audio, ensuring that the audio-for-video quality is every bit as good as you would expect from an audio-only recording.

Our video equipment comprises compact remote controllable HD cameras (small enough to be hidden on-stage or within an orchestra), and five professional 4K broadcast cameras.  A normal concert set-up such as the examples below might include 5 locked off cameras giving a variety of angles (usually including an on-stage or reverse-angle camera) and one or two manned camera at the back of the hall.  This approach is very discrete from an audience perspective and is approved at top London venues such as Wigmore Hall, St John’s Smith Square and the Royal Albert Hall.

Post-production includes a full HD or 4K multi-camera edit to produce either short clips for the internet or full length concert DVDs / Blu-rays.

And the best thing of all is that it it is nothing like as expensive as you think with Audio and Video Concert Packages starting at only £995 + vat – please contact us for more details.

Here are some examples of recent live concert videos we have made:

Queen Elizabeth Hall, London – private fundraising concert
Aurora Orchestra, Michael Zaoui – conductor

Wigmore Hall, London – Rosenblatt Recital Series
Angel Blue (soprano) & Catherine Miller (pianist)
CHAPI Las carceleras (Las hijas del Zebedeo)

Wigmore Hall, London – BBC Lunchtime Concert
Doric String Quartet
Encore: SCHUMANN String Quartet in A Op. 41 No. 3 – 4th movement

Royal Albert Hall, London – Rosenblatt Recital Series
Juan Diego Florez (tenor)
Württembergisches Kammerorchester Heilbronn, conductor  Alessandro Vitiello
Encore: DONIZETTI Ah, mes amis (La fille du régiment)