Proms 2014: Royal String Quartet and Louis Schwizgebel (piano) in Mozart, Mahler, Strauss.
BBC Radio 3
18/30 Paris during the 1750s was the centre of a clash of cultural ideas.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Petroc Trelawny presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show, featuring listener requests.
With Artist of the Week: pianist Grigory Sokolov, featured in Chopin's Preludes, Op 28.
4/5 Donald Macleod describes the effect on Bacewicz of changes in Poland after Stalin's death.
3/4 Guy Johnston (cello) and Tom Poster (piano) perform Mendelssohn, Webern and Rachmaninov.
Penny Gore presents a performance of Donizetti's Don Pasquale from the Vienna State Opera.
19/30 By the late 1700s, music was becoming part of the social fabric.
Sean Rafferty's guests include tenor Matthew Long and opera director David Pountney.
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4/5 Donald Macleod describes the effect on Bacewicz of changes in Poland after Stalin's death. (R)
Philharmonia Orchestra in Debussy: La damoiselle elue and Messiaen: Turangalila-Symphonie.
Organ duos from Rochester Cathedral, Hull City Hall and Washington National Cathedral.
BBC Radio 2
Max Reinhardt previews the Late Junction stage at the 2015 Latitude Festival.
Catriona Young's selection incldudes the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra performing Haydn