The Gramophone Award winner performs piano works from Mendelssohn, Liszt and Ravel
Wagner’s comedy romance is given a concert performance with a cast of soloists from opera houses at home and abroad.
The LPO under Vladimir Jurowski are joined by tenor Ian Bostridge for the opening concert of the 2014-15 season.
In a rare visit to the region, the spectacular virtuoso offers a brilliantly varied recital on his Stradivarius
A Young Artist Coffee Concert featuring the astonishing trombonist Peter Moore, the youngest ever Co-principal of the LSO.
The Brodsky Quartet performs Schubert’s Death and the Maiden alongside works by Shostakovich and Stravinsky
Journalist John McCarthy discusses the unexpected impact of war on ordinary people
Artist James Mayhew narrates enchanting Arabian tales of princesses and genies
Maria João Pires, Antonio Meneses and Augustin Dumay perform Beethoven’s ‘Ghost’ and ‘Archduke’ trios.
Baroness Shirley Williams discusses the political and literary legacy of her mother Vera Brittain
Thomas Adès explores his own extraordinary soundscapes with Britten Sinfonia and violinist Pekka Kuusisto.
The Sixteen performs Monteverdi’s lavish Vespers for the Blessed Virgin
Saffron Walden Choral Society perform Carmina Burana, famous for its use in hundreds of adverts and films
Jazz superstar Abdullah Ibrahim performs music inspired by his South African homeland.
Shostakovich’s Symphony No.5 is paired with Panufnik’s masterpiece of 1964.
Young Artist Coffee Concert: Philip Higham performs cello masterpieces by Fauré, Schumann and Brahms.
Fast rising stars of the chamber music world, the LA-based Calder Quartet perform works by Ligeti, Smetana and Janáček.
Sanjeev Bhaskar narrates Prokofiev’s charming tale before a screening of The Snowman, with Howard Blake’s score played live by Britten Sinfonia
Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without Handel’s Messiah or the chance to thrill to its rousing Hallelujah Chorus.
Tenor Ian Bostridge performs an all-Brahms programme including Nine Lieder Op.32 and Four Heine settings.
Michael Morpurgo presents a concert performance of his inspirational story The Mozart Question
Thrill to the silver-screen’s most stirring love themes, most heroic tunes and most soaring anthems.
Star countertenor Iestyn Davies joins the lutenist Thomas Dunford for a recital of early English songs.
Keyboard titan Paul Lewis performs Beethoven’s final three piano sonatas
A Young Artist Coffee Concert featuring violinist Callum Smart performing sonatas by Fauré and Franck.
Superstar violinist Nicola Benedetti plays Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons and other baroque works.
The talented and versatile violinist Thomas Gould brings his trademark energy and clarity to Bach’s Goldberg Variations.
As Easter approaches, prepare be uplifted by Bach’s powerful retelling of the story of the passion of Christ
Elgar’s Violin Concerto is paired with Dvořák’s penultimate symphony.
Jonathan Cohen’s dynamic Arcangelo ensemble perform Monteverdi madrigals of love and loss
Maestro Jiří Bělohlàvek and the Czech Philharmonic perform masterpieces of their joint musical heritage.
Virtuoso percussionist Colin Currie leads his ensemble in three mesmerising works by Steve Reich.
Soprano Barbara Hannigan returns for an inspirational concert conducting and singing Mozart and Stravinsky.
Young Artist Coffee Concert featuring the 2010 BBC Young Musician winner performing piano works by Beethoven, Chopin and Albéniz.
The English Concert performs Purcell’s operatic tragedy Dido and Aeneas
A glittering gala evening of well-loved arias and choruses – an unforgettable night at the opera.
Enjoy two masterpieces from Grieg and Elgar alongside Dvořák’s Carnival Overture.