Including the Sydney Symphony Orchestra performing music from the golden age of jazz.
Jonathan Swain's selection includes a performance of Bruckner's Third Symphony.
Jonathan Swain's selection includes soprano Claron McFadden performing German songs.
Jonathan Swain presents an organ recital given by Jordi Cabre.
Jonathan Swain's selection includes Handel's Il trionfo del Tempo e del Disinganno.
Including William Sterndale Bennett's Piano Trio, plus trios by Haydn and Schumann.
Jonathan Swain's selection includes a focus on Belgian composer Johan Duijck.
Including the Danish National Chamber Orchestra under Adam Fischer in Beethoven symphonies
Catriona Young presents a concert of Mozart and his Czech contemporary, Leopold Kozeluch.
Catriona Young presents a programme of Maliszewski, Lutoslawski and Rimsky-Korsakov.
Rudolf Buchbinder and the Szymanowski Quartet in Beethoven, Szymanowski and Dvorak.
Including Bach's Keyboard Concerto in F minor, BWV1056 with soloist Zoltan Kocsis.
Catriona Young with a concert featuring the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra in Britten.
Catriona Young's selection includes Telemann's final oratorio, Der Tag des Gerichts.
Catriona Young presents an all-Tchaikovsky programme from Sweden.
With Catriona Young. The Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra in Svendsen, Bruch and Prokofiev.
Including a selection of music from the 1880s.
With Catriona Young. Including Bloch and Bruch from the Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra.
Catriona Young presents violin and harp duos.
Including the Swiss-Italian Radio Symphony Orchestra performing music by Prokofiev.
Catriona Young's selection includes Philippe Herreweghe conducting Haydn's The Creation.
Tenor Jan Kobow and the United Continuo Ensemble perform baroque arias.
John Shea's selection includes Russian jazz music by Nikolai Kapustin.
John Shea's selection includes pianist Federico Colli performing Mozart and Schubert.
John Shea presents Cesti arias sung by soprano Raquel Andueza with La Galania.
John Shea's selection includes the Wroclaw Baroque Orchestra in Lipinski and Elsner.
John Shea presents Schumann and Mendelssohn from the Qvixote and Gerhard Quartets.
John Shea presents music including Willem de Fesch's oratorio Joseph.
Including a recital with cellist Antonio Meneses and pianist Maria Joao Pires.
A selection of music including Beethoven's Hammerklavier Sonata, with soloist Igor Levit.