5 Shows to Stream for Free This Week: “Beyond Beautiful,” The Dø and More

5 Shows to Stream for Free This Week: “Beyond Beautiful,” The Dø and More

With the recent launch of the ALL ARTS broadcast channel and streaming app, we’ve got plenty of arts-related shows and films to choose from — including original productions and archival content. Here’s a roundup of standout programs available to watch this week online, on your Roku or smart TV, or on your mobile device.

The Set List: Beyond Beautiful
Hear your favorite Carole King classics and discover a few hidden gems in this one-night-only concert from the Tilles Center for the Performing Arts. Enjoy special access to the rehearsal room and hear interviews with the show’s stars. Featuring Broadway talent such as Tony Award-winning music director and conductor Ted Sperling, Alysha Umphress (“On The Town”) and Clarke Thorell (“My Fair Lady”).

ALL ARTS Vault Selects: Josef Albers
Dive into this 1960 conversation with artist Josef Albers, filmed at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston. Hosted by writer and critic Brian O’Doherty, Albers reflects on his artistic philosophy and the nature of his works, including his iconic “Homage to the Square” series.

Berlin Live: The Dø
French/Finnish indie pop duo The Dø, comprised of Olivia Merilahti and Dan Levy, play at SchwuZ club in Berlin. Their eclectic music draws inspiration from pop, rock, folk, and hip-hop, while preserving a distinct sound. Their 2014 album “Shake Shook Shaken” won rock album in the French Ministry of Culture’s annual “Victoires de la Musique” awards ceremony.

The Set List: Rudresh Mahanthappa Indo-Pak Coalition
In this episode of The Set List, we hear New York-based jazz alto-saxophonist and composer Rudresh Mahanthappa lead the Indo-Pak Coalition in an energetic evening with agile and playful nods to the group’s roots told through the music.

ALL ARTS Film Selects: “Alamar”
Pedro González-Rubio’s film “Alamar” (“To the Sea”) tells the story of a young boy whose mother lives in Italy and father lives in Mexico. When he visits one summer, his father shows him how to live in harmony with the natural world. They pass the days fishing and exploring, and at night they watch the stars. The boy absorbs the simple lesson of seeing himself in the wondrous scheme of creation.

Top Image: Olivia Merilahti of The Dø, performing at SchwuZ club in Berlin.