The Portland Symphony Orchestra will film and release six new digital concerts for the spring season. Each will be available to watch on-demand for 30 days through the PSO TV video platform, with pay-what-you-can digital access starting at $10; tickets are now on sale. The Discovery Concert for families will be available for free.

“Dancing with J.S. Bach,” April 21–May 21, with conductor Eckart Preu and featuring Amanda Hardy, principal oboe. Works include Elena Kats-Chernin’s “Clocks,” Erich Korngold’s incidental music for “Much Ado About Nothing” and Eric Nathan’s “Dancing with J.S. Bach II.”

POPS!: Tango Caliente! will be offered April 28–May 28. Argentinian bandoneónist and Latin Grammy Award–winning Héctor del Curto and the PSO present a concert of tangos and more, featuring Argentinian composer Astor Piazzolla.

Discovery Concert for Families: The Science of Sound, on May 6. PSO Music Director Eckart Preu and the PSO’s sound scientist, Ashanti Williams, explore how sound gets created in a musical instrument and travels through the air to fill an entire concert hall. The PSO will also perform works by composers James Reese Europe, Miguel de Aguila, Rossini and Mozart.

POPS!: Nothin’ But the Blues, May 12–June 11. Jayce Ogren, guest conductor, vocalist Shayna Steele and the PSO present a blues-infused program.

Mahler’s Fourth Symphony, with guest conductor JoAnn Falletta; Rachel Lee Priday, violin; and Maeve Höglund, soprano. Also featured will be a violin concerto by composer Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges.

Eckart Conducts Beethoven, June 30–July 30. The PSO is planning a historically accurate rendition of Beethoven’s “Eroica” Symphony featuring the same number of musicians included in the 1805 premiere of the work.

Visit portlandsymphony.org for tickets and more information.