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From the Royal Albert Hall, Katie Derham introduces Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring.
Roger Norrington's take on Mahler's masterpiece, the epitome of late-Romantic symphonies.
Liszt's Piano Concerto No 2, followed by Brahms's Hungarian Dance No 5.
Northumbrian smallpiper Kathryn Tickell and friends celebrate the music of Percy Grainger.
The Chamber Orchestra of Europe perform Brahms's Third Symphony and Piano Concerto No 1.
The Chamber Orchestra of Europe perform two masterworks by Brahms.
Verdi's masterpiece performed by a choir of 400, the BBC Symphony Orchestra and soloists.
The Aussie comedy quintet's unique take on the music of film composer Ennio Morricone.
The first-ever Comedy Prom, hosted by Tim Minchin at the Royal Albert Hall.
Featuring Schumann's Introduction and Concert Allegro, and Brahms's G minor Piano Quartet.
With excerpts from 42nd Street, Top Hat, Strike Up the Band and Swing Time.
Sir Colin Davis conducts the London Symphony Orchestra and Chorus and soloists.
Featuring Horrible Histories songs alongside awesome orchestral pieces.
Nigel Kennedy plays Bach's Partitas No 2 and No 3 and music by Fats Waller.
Includes Liszt's Piano Concerto No 1 and Wagner's Immolation Scene.
Katie Derham introduces the grand finale to the 2011 Proms from the Royal Albert Hall.
A night of popular classical and modern music, led by the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra.