So the usual absurd amounts of stuff are going on, because July. If it's insanely hot where you're at (90's all this week round these parts) and you're cooling your heels in the air-conditioned splendor of your subterranean bunker, here are some things to pass the time.
Bayreuth opens this Monday with Parsifal, and this year you can watch it courtesy of BR-Klassik right here, assuming they don't geoblock it. (Judging by the archive, which is also worth checking out btw, I'm guessing they won't, but who knows.) Oh yes, and if you're on Eastern Time, things get going about 9:45am, and the intermissions are long, and it's Parsifal, so that's basically your day.
Live Bayreuth audiocasts for the rest of the opening week are available from a bunch of European radio stations, and you can find those details on the ever-useful Operacast Bayreuth 2016 page.
There's a Barber with Tara Erraught over on The Opera Platform that looks like fun, in a Generalissimo Francisco Franco is not yet dead kinda way.
Glyndebourne has scaled back its once ambitious plans for live-streaming, but you can still catch the Laurent Pelly production of Beatrice & Benedict, with Stephanie d'Oustrac and Paul Appleby, live on August 9th and probably for a week thereafter.
More things as we stumble across them.
UPDATE: Regie or Not Regie has the details on tomorrow's BayStaats Les Indes Galantes webcast.
UPDATE: Bryn Terfel's Boris Prom