As the weather warmed up, musicians moved to safer outdoor environments to share music. In April, Charlotte Symphony Orchestra musicians performed the fifth movement of Beethoven’s Sixth simultaneously, while separated, with no conductor, from wherever they were isolating, for a performance entitled “A Symphony A Part;” videos were posted online. The orchestra’s weekly “Charlotte Symphony al Fresco” streamed series is hosted by Principal Cellist Alan Black from his backyard. Detroit Symphony Orchestra musicians have been playing informal concerts on their porches with the hashtag #playonyourporch, including Principal Trumpet Hunter Eberly, who—following requests from neighbors—played excerpts from The Godfather, with audiences watching from cars and across the street. The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra is posting performances on its Instagram account featuring its musicians performing in their front yards and porches. Saul Richmond-Rakerd, a cellist in the Santa Cruz Symphony, Monterey Symphony, and San Francisco Ballet orchestra, has been offering free solo concerts on his front porch in San Francisco.