Student musicians have stayed busy during the pandemic. The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Youth Orchestras created a virtual performance of Bizet’s “Les Toréadors” from Carmen Suite No. 1 in place of their season finale concert, with 91 young musicians performing from their homes. The Juilliard School’s video of Ravel’s Bolero features more than 100 students and alumni of the conservatory’s music, dance, and drama divisions performing from their homes, choreographed by Larry Keigwin and Nicole Wolcott, in an arrangement by David Robertson, the school’s director of conducting studies. In Boston, the Berklee College of Music’s virtual performance of Burt Bacharach/Hal David’s “What the World Needs Now” received 300,000 views in three days—including by Bacharach himself. In New Jersey, twins Miles and Quincy Eby, who play violin/viola and piano, celebrated their fourteenth birthdays in May by performing Bach, Bartók, and Mendelssohn just outside three nursing homes.