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.
John Toal and Pauline Scanlon introduce an evening of music from the Glassworks in Derry.
The dwarf Alberich steals a priceless treasure and uses it to forge a magic ring.
Gustavo Dudamel conducts the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra in its traditional concert.
The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra with conductor Gustavo Dudamel perform live.
Celebrating the world of the cello through some of its greatest interpreters.
Film about Sheku Kanneh-Mason, who became the first black winner of BBC Young Musician.
The Royal Ballet presents a work based on Mary Shelley's gothic novel, Frankenstein.
Highlights of a concert to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Aberfan tragedy.
How the crisis of writing music in a post-war world was met in very different ways.
Featuring footage of Stravinsky, Schoenberg, Copland, Walton, Shostakovich and others.
Classical and contemporary performances from Colwyn Bay, Glasgow, Belfast and London.
It is the grand final. One orchestra wins the chance to perform at Proms in the Park.
The remaining orchestras take on the concerto - a piece featuring a virtuoso soloist.
The BBC SSO and a host of stars perform live on the last night of the Proms.
Katie Derham introduces the second half of the Last Night of the Proms.
Katie Derham introduces the final concert of the 2016 BBC Proms.
The 2016 Proms season draws to a close with Verdi's Requiem.
The four remaining amateur orchestras must get to grips with the challenges of opera.
Featuring Tchaikovsky's Fourth Symphony and Mozart's overture to The Magic Flute.
Katie Derham is joined by Lesley Garrett, Mark Simpson and Simone Young.