Paul Lewis plays Grieg with RSNO. Photo: Diana Dumitrescu (detail) View full image

New performances online

Have you finished Netflix? There are several new performances by our artists to watch online at the moment

Paul Lewis performs Grieg's Piano Concerto with Royal Scottish National Orchestra in an all-Grieg programme conducted by Edward Gardner, which you can watch by ticket or subscription until 14 March. He also performs a recital of Mozart's Sonata in A major K331 and Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition for Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra's BSO@Home series, which will be available until 5 March by ticket.

François-Xavier Roth conducts Gürzenich-Orchestra Köln in world premieres by Olga Neuwirth and Márton Illés, and Brahms' First Piano Concerto with Kirill Gerstein. He also visits the Orchestre National de Lille for a programme of Stravinsky's Danses concertantes and Beethoven's First Piano Concerto with soloist Javier Perianes. Both concerts are free to watch.

Orchestra National de Lille has also released a video of its special circus-themed family concert with live animations of Sauguet's Les Forains by Grégoire Pont.

Barbara Wysocka has two productions showing to an audience at the Teatr Powszechny Warszawa, which are also available on demand on specific dates. Her version of George Orwell's 1984 will next be shown on 20 February and Bieguni, her adaptation of a book by Olga Tokarczuk, in which she also stars, will be shown on 27 and 28 February.

Opera Wrocław is broadcasting Nabucco and La bohème on its Video on Demand channel, both conducted by Bassem Akiki.

Marc-André Hamelin performed a recital of Szymanowska, CPE Bach and Schubert for Candlelight Concert Society, which is still online. Ahead of the concert, he also gave this interview.

Pavel Kolesnikov performed Bach's Goldberg Variations at Wigmore Hall and the video will be online until 18 March. His recent recording of the pieces for Hyperion has been receiving excellent reviews.

Philipp von Steinaecker conducts the Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir in a dance-themed programme including works by Britten, Shostakovich, Dvořák, Rossini, Brahms and Johann Strauss.

Elena Urioste's performance of Vaughan Williams's The Lark Ascending with the Aurora Orchestra at Kings Place is available to stream until 7 March.