The Bay Area classical music scene continues to innovate with online content. Here are six highlights to enjoy this week.

“Ring” Wraps: This weekend brings the final installment in San Francisco Opera’s latest “Ring” festival, with “Götterdämmerung,” the fourth of four operas in Wagner’s iconic masterwork, “Der Ring des Nibelungen,” available for streaming. There are also several live presentations related to the festival. Also on: mezzo-soprano J’Nai Bridges in an episode of “In Song,” the company’s new series featuring stars performing and talking about the music that inspires them. Details: Free, except live Ring-related lectures and events ($15);

Steinway Society: The streaming recital series presents the Bay Area debut of Russian-born Alexander Sinchuk, whose Home Concert Hall program includes works by Chopin and Rachmaninoff, along with the world premiere of “Sacred Music for Piano” by Serbian composer Svetislav Božić. Details: Concert accessible March 26-29; $20 per household;

Sing into Spring: Opera Parallèle is launching “Close-Up,” a new virtual recital series exploring the art song repertoire. Catch the first installment this weekend with two gifted Bay Area artists: soprano Shawnette Sulker and pianist Zachary Gordin, in a program of music and stories. Details: 5 p.m. March 25; free;

What She Wrote: “And Yet She Persisted: Women in Classical Music” is the title of Festival Opera’s new program, which features soprano Carrie Hennessey and pianist Jennifer Reason in a recital program of works by composers Amy Beach, Libby Larsen, Pauline Viardot and others. Details: 5 p.m. March 28; $40 general;

Getting “Real”: The Berkeley Symphony is rolling out a new series this weekend: “Real Berkeley” features Symphony musicians in talks and performances. Episode One, titled “Rad Women,” is hosted by Kate Schatz and includes music by composers Gabriella Smith, Clara Schumann, and Reena Esmail. Details: 4 p.m. March 28; free; accessible on Berkeley Symphony’s YouTube channel.

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Salonen in Houston: While Bay Area music lovers wait for new music director Esa-Pekka Salonen’s next event with the San Francisco Symphony, we can see him in action this weekend on the Houston Symphony podium. He’ll conduct a program featuring Bach and Beethoven, plus a work of his own, titled “Fog,” composed in 2019. Details: Available March 26; $20;