Thanks to both audio and video streaming, we now have immediate, on-demand access to more music than ever before. But do you ever get a little overwhelmed by all the choice and wish that someone else would make the decision for you about what to watch?

Enter Opera Roulette, a free sort of video jukebox that randomly cycles through over 300 high-quality opera videos freely available on YouTube. Viewers simply click ‘play’ and are presented with a random short video, and can easily skip to the next one.

The videos, from major performing arts organisations in the UK and elswhere, include selections from Glyndebourne, Garsington Opera, the Metropolitan Opera, Opéra national de Paris, Komische Oper Berlin, English National Opera and British Youth Opera and are curated by a team from English arts consultancy Alternative Classical.

Opera Roulette offers the full gamut of styles and eras as its default setting, or viewers select their preferences and have videos drawn from there, from the Renaissance right up to the present day. On a recent visit, Limelightwas shown scenes and arias from Handel’s Rinaldo, Mozart’s Don Giovanni, Wagner’s Die...