Conductors are keeping busy with a wide variety of musical and other activity. Florida Orchestra Associate Conductor Daniel Black has been creating videos during lockdown with musicians from the orchestra; a “Thank You Tampa Bay” video is set to the finale from Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 4, while a video of Edwin Christie’s 19th-century women’s suffrage anthem “Daughters of Freedom” features the orchestra and Master Chorale of Tampa Bay. Donato Cabrera, music director of the California Symphony and Las Vegas Philharmonic, has been hosting live-streamed online events with musicians from the California Symphony, and he is featured in new conversations on radio broadcasts of previous Las Vegas Philharmonic concerts. Cabrera’s independent projects include “The Music Plays On,” a daily blog, and “MusicWise—Conversations about Art and Culture with Donato Cabrera,” a weekly streamed interview series. Gustavo Dudamel, music director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, has been busy with a new “At Home with Gustavo” radio series broadcast and streamed in English and Spanish. Jed Gaylin, music director of New Jersey’s Bay Atlantic Symphony, has been streaming piano performances of Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, and Mozart as part of the orchestra’s new online Musical Postcards series. Robert Moody, music director of the Memphis Symphony, is presenting “From the MSO Archives: Concerts for Hope” on radio station WKNO. Twice a week, South Bend Symphony Music Director Alastair Willis is curating a “Quarantunes” series from home, featuring selections from his personal playlist and links to YouTube performances.