The Cantar di Pietre Festival in Quinto, Switzerland
Monday - Petroc Trelawny
Petroc Trelawny presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show, featuring listener requests.
Monday - Sarah Walker with Graeme Swann
Steve Reich (b.1936)
Proms 2016 Repeats
Semyon Bychkov conducts the BBC Symphony Orchestra with soloist Elisabeth Kulman.
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An hour of sublime music mixed with sounds from the natural world.
Pianist, polymath and Proms soloist Stephen Hough with pointers on concert etiquette.
Baritone Florian Boesch and pianist Malcolm Martineau perform at Queen's Hall, Edinburgh.
Get more from the music with a series of funny, informative and entertaining talks.
He once attended his own memorial service and his middle name is Delightt.
We broadcast more live music than any other station: find all of the 2016 Proms here.
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra in Emily Howard, Shostakovich and Rachmaninov.
The Sao Paulo Symphony Orchestra in a celebration of Brazilian popular music.
The Sao Paulo Symphony Orchestra performs Marlos Nobre, Grieg, Villa-Lobos and Rachmaninov
The Metropole Orkest pays a special Proms tribute to Quincy Jones.
Alexander Vedernikov conducts the BBC SO in Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov and Prokofiev.
London Sinfonietta in music by Haas, Mica Levi, Ligeti, Jonny Greenwood and David Sawer.
Harry Christophers directs the Sixteen in sacred choral works by Bach and Arvo Part.
Discover a performing miracle through our selection of outstanding moments from the Proms
With Ákos Ács (clarinet) and the Budapest Festival Orchestra.
From Elgar to Scott Joplin, Gabriela Montero improvises on "Land of Hope and Glory".
A selection of the very best music and performances from Radio 3's live concerts.
With the São Paulo Symphony Orchestra conducted by Marin Alsop.
After a cheeky false intro, Stephen plays his own arrangement of Moscow Nights...
With Stephen Hough (piano) and the BBC SO conducted by Alexander Vedernikov.
With the Metropole Orkest conducted by Jules Buckley.
Creativity, performance, debate
Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough asks whether there is a shared culture in the north of Europe
Exploring the changing relationship between humans and the landscape in the far north.
Texts and music on the theme of primates, with readings by Philip Franks and Rosalie Craig
Hear the original Tang prose that inspired Mahler's Das Lied von der Erde by poet Li Po.
August Wilson's play about a brother and sister and a piano carved with African faces.
Matthew Sweet and guests discuss Andrei Tarkovsky's 1979 film Stalker.
Philip Hoare describes how he used to avoid the water before overcoming his reticence.
Electrifying Jazz and World music.
Verity Sharp presents an exclusive mixtape from British rap great Roots Manuva.
Live from Edinburgh, Mary Ann Kennedy with music by Jenny Sturgeon, Grit and Sinderins.
Geoffrey Smith celebrates the jazz roots of Quincy Jones.
Sound artist Tarek Atoui's fantastical Instruments
Soweto Kinch introduces a concert given by Italian pianist Stefano Bollani and his trio.
Georgia Mann presents informal late-night music and poetry featuring emerging UK talent.
Live from the Edinburgh Festival with music from Dennis Rollins and Cleveland Watkiss.
Listen to hours of fascinating Radio 3 programmes about more than 200 composers.
A one day conference exploring how the classical music industry can work better together to get more black, Asian and minority ethnic composers heard and celebrated.
Plan your visit or your listening to the 2016 season of the world's largest classical music festival. Find full details of the season and booking information here.