The ideal container for a virtual performance.
Our platform helps to build your crowd and our trained emcees hold the space so that audience members meaningfully participate — and generously contribute.
We've organized 743 virtual events since March, with an average pay of $325 per player.
Streamed performances are performances — our community reveres them as such, and our team supports you the whole way.Fill out an application
Our streaming program
Choose an event format that fits best
Our staff will emcee your every show
Staff emcees manage the transitions around your performance, attend to audience technical difficulties, make a strong money ask, and ensure a smooth experience for everyone.
$100 guaranteed minimum per player
If audience contributions do not reach a total of $100 per musician at your first virtual groupmuse, the Groupmuse Foundation will pay the difference (for up to 3 musicians), ensuring fair pay for musicians just getting started on the virtual program.
Audience email-newsletter opt-ins
While making a reservation or while making a contribution, audience members will have the option to opt-in directly to your own separate email newsletter. Import those email addresses directly into your own system.
Ask a supporter to help build your crowd through our "Virtual Host" program
Virtual hosts invite their community to the concert and add an extraordinarily valuable social element to the experience. Learn more.
Groupmuses feature short, 45-minute programs that are always at least 50% traditional historical music. Other than that, design your own programs and include whatever you want to play!
At the show, each audience member pays the musicians at least $10 (which we’ll send to you without taking a cut). Groupmuse only keeps the $3 reservation fee for reserving a spot at a show.
We're committed to fair pay for musicians and accessibility for audiences, and we try to be as transparent about it as possible - read more here.
Groupmuses are just as much about community building as they are about music. So please join the Zoom beforehand if you can, and definitely join afterwards for the Q&A!