November 22 was the 100th birthday of Benjamin Britten. There are some complete Britten operas on YouTube if you are interested:
Death in Venice You have probably not seen this--this version is a film.
Turn of the Screw pt1, pt2 (88)
Billy Budd This version has Peter Pears in it.
Peter Grimes (84)
A midsummer night's dream A charming opera.
Albert Herring (91) This version is from Glyndebourne. I should definitely watch it since this is the only one I haven't seen.
The Rape of Lucretia The main character is a contralto, but he distorts the meaning of the story.
The numbers in parenthesis are the standing in the 100 most performed operas list--a remarkable feat for a modernist.