Including pieces by George Walker, Hannah Kendall, Dvorak, Handel and Rimsky-Korsakov.
Bartok's Second Piano Concerto, Dvorak's Eighth Symphony and Missy Mazzoli's Sinfonia.
Pianist Sir Andras Schiff performs Book One of Bach's The Well-Tempered Clavier.
Hindustani music of north India, Carnatic music of the south, and Pakistan's Sufi qawwali.
Sir Simon Rattle brings Schoenberg's epic love story to the Royal Albert Hall.
A look at Stravinsky's Violin Concerto, The Big Band Prom and the Jools Holland Stax Prom.
Beethoven's Fifth Symphony, Stravinsky's Violin Concerto and Gerald Barry's Canada.
YolanDa Brown, Soweto Kinch and John Butt discuss Bach's St John Passion.
Charles Mingus is celebrated by conductor Jules Buckley and his Metropole Orkest.
John Butt directs his Dunedin Consort in a complete performance of Bach's St John Passion.
Shankar and Glass's Passages, a fusion of Hindustani sitar music with American minimalism.
The Aurora Orchestra play Beethoven's Eroica Symphony entirely from memory.
Rachmaninov's Third Piano Concerto is followed by his Second Symphony.
Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring, Mural by Francisco Coll and Thomas Ades's Polaris.
Chopin's Opus 25 no 7 performed by Freddy Kempf.
Stuart Skelton, Ailish Tynan and Ken Burton discuss Beethoven's Ninth Symphony.
Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, and Sir James MacMillan's European Requiem.
A look at Walton's Facade from the Malcolm Sargent Prom and the genius of Scott Walker.
New arrangements of tracks from Scott Walker's four eponymous albums.
Featuring works by Schumann, Berlioz, Elgar, Holst and Britten.
Mozart's Third Violin Concerto and Prague Symphony, plus Schumann's Second Symphony.
This week's review includes Elgar's Second Symphony conducted by Daniel Barenboim.
Movie magic from John Williams's back catalogue, including Star Wars, Harry Potter and ET.
With Elgar's Second Symphony and the UK premiere of Sir Harrison Birtwistle's Deep Time.
Beethoven's Third Piano Concerto and a new work by Tom Coult, named St John's Dance.
Featuring Harmonium, a dazzling choral work by John Adams.
Ballet triptych inspired by the writings of Virginia Woolf.
A personal journey into the short but expressive art form of the German lied song.
Katie Derham introduces the 2017 open-air concert from the Schonbrunn Palace in Vienna.
A look at Mendelssohn and how his music embodies the sound of the Victorian age.
Charles Hazlewood looks at the fascinating two-way relationship Haydn had with Britain.
A boundary-stretching hybrid between theatre and dance by Crystal Pite and Jonathon Young.
The life and music of Handel, who has had a profound influence on our cultural heritage.
Tamara Rojo explores the great Romantic ballet Giselle, a defining role for any ballerina.
With John Williams, Jacqueline du Pre, Wynton Marsalis, Nigel Kennedy and James Galway.
Celebrating the world of the string quartet in a journey through 50 years of BBC archive.