Qello Concerts available at Old Bridge Library

Rebecca Nowalski
Music Director Alyssa Morgan with the seventh and eighth grade chorus during the winter concert held at Jackson Liberty High School on December 8.

Qello Concerts, the world’s largest collection of full-length live concerts and music documentaries streamed on-demand to nearly all digital devices, are now available for Old Bridge Library patrons.

Qello Concerts features 1,700 concerts and documentaries, ranging from selections from the 1920s to today’s popular artists. Performances span over 30 genres, from classical to rock, reggae to country. There are new releases every week, and an unlimited amount of downloads are available. Users can experience Qello Concerts on phones, tablets, computers, smart TVs, gaming consoles and more.

To access the service, library patrons log on to www.oldbridgelibrary.org, and scroll down to the Qello Concerts button on the bottom of the home page. After clicking through, patrons will be instructed to enter their library card number.

The Old Bridge Public Library is the first library in the Libraries of Middlesex Automation Consortium — consisting of 30 public libraries in Middlesex, Monmouth, and Union counties and Middlesex County College — to offer this service.

For more information, call 732-721-5600, ext. 5033.