Best of Netflix
From Mao to Mozart: Isaac Stern in China (wiki) - A moving documentary featuring Isaac Stern's masterclasses in China after the Cultural Revolution. This is a great reminder that the traditions classical music are worth fighting for.
Fantasia 2000 - Sequel to Fantasia - Beautiful animation and storytelling telling set to the classics.
The Red Violin, (imdb) featuring music by John Corigliano and Joshua Bell on Violin.
Humoresque. (imdb) Featuring Isaac Stern and the music/conducting of Franz Waxman. This film has some of the best violin faking ever in a movie. John Garfield, the actor, stands with his hands behind his back as TWO other professional trained violinists stand in for his left and right hands, respectively.
Paganini: 24 Caprices, with Alexander Markov. (wiki) There is some really aggressive, skilled playing here, and you can feel the tension in the live audience. I had never heard of Markov before seeing this, but he's very interesting to listen to and actually finds places to add more technical feats in the Paganini Caprices, owning them.