BOSTON (CBS) — Boston Symphony Orchestra fans will be able to stream one of their full concerts for free starting Sunday afternoon.

“Concert For Our City” was videotaped lived during a performance at Symphony Hall on February 16.

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“The concert was part of a series of free BSO musical offerings in February during the time the orchestra would have been on an East Asia tour, February 6-16. The planned tour was canceled due to increasing concerns over the spread of COVID-19,” said the BSO.

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The concert will be available online starting at 3 p.m. until May 20.

“One of my most fundamental beliefs is that music provides a lifeline to inspiration, reflection, power, and beauty that deeply touches us and opens us up to new realms of possibilities that can give us a pause from the distractions of the difficulties of the world at large. During these challenging times of social distancing and sickness due to COVID-19, I hope that the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s Concert for Our City YouTube stream and the many wonderful offerings at will bring some comfort and inspiration to music lovers in Boston, throughout the country, and around the world,” said a statement from Thomas Wilkins, BSO Artistic Advisor for Education and Community Engagement.

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For more information about watching the concert, visit the BSO’s website.