Robert Worby and Sara Mohr-Pietsch present new music by Emily Hall and John Luther Adams.
Andrew McGregor and Sara Mohr-Pietsch report from the 2015 British Composer Awards.
Coverage of the 2014 Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival
Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival 2015 homepage
The London Sinfonietta performs new music by Laurence Crane and Marisol Jimenez.
Tom Service talks to Helmut Lachenmann who turns 80. Plus Peter Evans at Baltic 39.
Darragh Morgan and Mary Dullea perform new and recent music for violin and piano.
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra in music by Oliver Knussen and Ryan Wigglesworth.
Organ music from the Iceland-based Bedroom Community collective with James McVinnnie.
Music from the 2015 Cut and Splice experimental music festival at London's Cafe Oto
Cut and Splice Festival 2015 homepage
Tom Service presents live performance of world premieres and recent music.
Ivan Hewett features music by Arvo Part and Dobrinka Tabakova.
Ivan Hewett and Antony Pitts reflect on the music of Arvo Part as the composer turns 80.
Tom McKinney presents music by John Luther Adams, in conversation with the composer.
Sara Mohr-Pietsch introduces Bryn Harrison's new work Receiving the Approaching Memory.
Apartment House perform music by George Maciunas, John Cage and Henning Christensen.
Robert Worby presents a concert of new works curated by Music We'd Like to Hear.
Sara Mohr-Pietsch presents acoustic music by Eliane Radigue from Tectonics Glasgow 2015.
Harrison Birtwistle's The Corridor and The Cure, with Elizabeth Atherton and Mark Padmore.
Ivan Hewett presents music by Mark Simpson and Gerald Barry played by the BBC Philharmonic
Sara Mohr-Pietsch presents live recordings of music by Rolf Hind and Morton Subotnick.
Ivan Hewett presents a round-up from the 2015 Witten Days for New Chamber Music in Germany
Tom Service presents highlights from the 2014 Donaueschingen and Borealis Music Festivals.
Ivan Hewett presents Nash Inventions, a concert of Nash Ensemble commissions and premieres
Robert Worby presents music from the 2015 Tectonics festival in Glasgow
Tectonics Festival Glasgow 2015 homepage
Tom Service portrays composer Thierry Escaich at 50, introducing his Miroir d'ombres.
Composer Tansy Davies talks to Sara Mohr-Pietsch about her first opera, Between Worlds.
Ivan Hewett reviews recent releases of new music with Zoe Martlew and Tom McKinney.
Rober Worby presents Psappha performing music by Piers Hellawell and David Fennessy.
The London Sinfonietta plays music for strings by Xenakis, Vivier, Mica Levi and GF Haas.
Franck Ollu conducts the Birmingham Contemporary Music Group in world and UK premieres.