Jonathan Swain presents the Freiburg Baroque Orchestra in concert.
BBC Radio 3
With Jonathan Swain. Including Les Ambassadeurs in a concert of 17th-century English music
The Diamond Ensemble performs a wind serenade by Mozart and Schubert's Trout Quintet.
Jonathan Swain introduces a concert from Croatia of choral music by Martinu.
Jonathan Swain presents a concert from the 2012 Martha Argerich Project in Lugano.
Jonathan Swain presents a concert of Mozart and Haydn given in Poland.
With Jonathan Swain. Includes the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra in Bruckner: Symphony No 8
Jonathan Swain's selection includes the Prague RSO in an-all Strauss concert.
Jonathan Swain presents a recital of Brahms Widmann & Shostakovich from Alexander Melnikov
Jonathan Swain presents a concert given by the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande.
Jonathan Swain presents highlight performances conducted by Sir Colin Davis.
Jonathan Swain presents an opera from the archives of Hungarian Radio - Erkel's Bank Ban.
Jonathan Swain presents an all Bach Choral Concert Akademie fur Alte Musik, Berlin.
Jonathan Swain presents Tchaikovsky, Faure, Wagner and Mahler with the Prague RSO.
John Shea introduces a French National Orchestra concert of Stravinsky, Mozart and Bizet.
John Shea presents music from the 2011 Music in Paradise Festival.
Presented by John Shea.
John Shea presents a programme of Martinu, Kabalevsky and Dvorak with the Prague RSO.
John Shea presents Daniil Trifonov at the Chopin and his Europe Festival.
The Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra in a programme of Mozart, Pachulski and Tchaikovsky.
John Shea introduces a concert given by the Polish Radio National Symphony Orchestra.
John Shea presents baroque music from Spain and South America.
Pianist Jonathan Biss in an all Beethoven programme from Wigmore Hall in London from 2010.
With Hana Blazikova and pianist Wojciech Switala in songs by Chopin, Tomasek and Dvorak.
John Shea presents a programme of Mahler, Faure and Brahms with the Faure Quartet.
John Shea presents Grieg and Sibelius performed by the Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana.
John Shea introduces music by the Haydn brothers with the Varazdin Chamber Orchestra.
John Shea presents a celebration of music by cellist David Popper who died in 1913.
Catriona Young presents The Orchestra of C.18th and Franz Bruggen.
Catriona Young presents a concert given by the Kroger Quartet, including Haydn, Beethoven.