Classical music
Genius Goethe once said: "The dignity of Art appears perhaps most conspicuously in Music”. And this is especially true for classical music. It can be anything you want it to be — rocking as Metallica, calming as Enigma, light and relaxing as Pet Shop Boys, but always melodic, interesting, fascinating and limitless. Therefore, art lovers will undoubtedly enjoy the videos on Best YouTube Classical Music Channels. Musical compositions from the era of late Renaissance to our time, a huge catalog of videos with classical music, performances by famous composers and musicians, concerts of world-famous orchestras and conductors, and much more. We hand-picked the best YouTube channels on Classical Music, check it out today!

1. Classical Tunes

121,412 subscribers
Classical Tunes is the most complete and fresh channel specialized in classical music. We have a huge catalog of classical music videos. Our main goal is to disseminate classical music for all people, easy, simple and practical way, through the web. So, let's enjoy it and relax.

2. HALIDONMUSIC

1,139,660 subscribers
HalidonMusic is the official YouTube channel of Italian record label Halidon. Our music catalog ranges from classical and instrumental to jazz, pop and world music. We're always looking for new music to release and new artists to work with. If you would like us to review your music, please get in touch via the links below. We look forward to hearing from you!

3. DavidGarrettVEVO

670,336 subscribers
David Garrett is a record-breaking German pop and crossover violinist and recording artist.

4. smalin

176,137 subscribers
In many of our SQUILT Volumes, we link to graphic scores. Children love to be able to "see" what the music looks like with a graphic representation.

5. Berliner Philharmoniker

208,132 subscribers
A warm welcome to the Berliner Philharmoniker's official YouTube channel, where you can call up selected highlights from the orchestra's concerts. The complete recordings are available from the Berliner Philharmoniker's Digital Concert Hall.

6. TheWickedNorth

150,519 subscribers
Ashish Xiangyi Kumar has lots of music by Romantic composers such as Liszt, and even Rachmaninoff. He also accompanies his music with in-depth discussions and his comment sections are great to hear different opinions.

7. The Piano Guys

6,122,649 subscribers
What do you get when you mix up a marketing genius that does video, a studio engineer that writes music, a pianist that had a successful solo career, and a cellist that does pretty much everything? The Piano Guys: a miraculous meeting of "guys" with the same intrinsic purpose - to make a positive impact in the lives of people all over the world through music videos.

8. Valentina Lisitsa

425,888 subscribers
The channel of this Ukranian pianist is beautiful - and a PERFECT way to share piano music. She makes playing the piano look "cool" - you must share her simple performance of Fur Elise!

9. SoliDeoGloria8550

16,623 subscribers
Exactly what it looks like: "Soli Deo Gloria" - this channel is especially for all of the Classical educators out there - beautiful sacred music.

10. HARMONICO101

40,646 subscribers
Welcome to the Garden of Harmony! This channel is dedicated to providing top-notch classical music performances of the famous and not-so-famous composers to anyone with an internet connection! Though this channel primarily focuses on the music of the 18th century in Historically Informed Performances (HIP), you will find art music from the late Renaissance to the present. I have a great passion for this music and I hope that this music also inspires and moves you as much as it does to myself! Enjoy!

11. Classical Music Only

242,748 subscribers
Music from all eras.

12. Brooklyn Duo

623,484 subscribers
Welcome to our channel! We're Marnie and Patrick Laird. We're married and we make music videos on piano and cello. We're both classically trained (we studied at the Juilliard and Eastman schools) and after we got married we started experimenting with pop covers, and Brooklyn Duo was born. Shortly after, Shakira and Taylor Swift both tweeted about us (!) and we've been making recordings ever since.