Back up to: BBC Proms
A night of popular classical and modern music, led by the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra.
Katie Derham introduces the grand finale to the 2011 Proms from the Royal Albert Hall.
Edward Gardner conducts the traditional festivities of the Last Night of the Proms
Includes Liszt's Piano Concerto No 1 and Wagner's Immolation Scene.
Martin Handley presents a French-language performance of Weber's opera Der Freischutz
Nigel Kennedy plays Bach's Partitas No 2 and No 3 and music by Fats Waller.
Featuring Horrible Histories songs alongside awesome orchestral pieces.
Philadelphia Orchestra/Charles Dutoit in Sibelius, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov and Ravel
The BBC Big Band with vocalist Claire Martin perform a tribute to Stan Kenton.
BBC Symphony Orchestra and Holst Singers/David Roberston in Bridge, Birtwistle and Holst
Manfred Honeck conducts the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra in Wagner, Rihm and Mahler
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra under Manfred Honeck in Braunfels, Beethoven and Tchaikovsky
Colin Davis conducts the London Symphony Orchestra in Beethoven's Missa Solemnis.
Sir Colin Davis conducts the London Symphony Orchestra and Chorus and soloists.
Thierry Escaich (organ) in improvisations and 18th and 19th century concert works.
With excerpts from 42nd Street, Top Hat, Strike Up the Band and Swing Time.
Jac van Steen conducts the BBC NOW in music by Elgar, M Berkeley, Rachmaninov and Kodaly
The Budapest Festival Orchestra plays music chosen by the audience.
Featuring Schumann's Introduction and Concert Allegro, and Brahms's G minor Piano Quartet.
Ivan Fischer conducts the Budapest Festival Orchestra in music by Liszt and Mahler
Zubin Mehta leads the Israel Philharmonic in Webern, Bruch, Albeniz and Rimsky-Korsakov
David Robertson leads the BBC Symphony Orchestra in music by Graham Fitkin and Beethoven
Jaap van Zvenden leads the Netherlands Radio Philharmonic in music by Mozart and Bruckner.
John Wilson and his orchestra celebrate the golden age of Hollywood film musicals
Paul McCreesh conducts Mendelssohn's oratorio on the Biblical story of the prophet Elijah.
The first-ever Comedy Prom, hosted by Tim Minchin at the Royal Albert Hall.
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The Aussie comedy quintet's unique take on the music of film composer Ennio Morricone.
Semyon Bychkov conducts the BBC Symphony Orchestra in music by Strauss and Mahler
Martin Handley presents Glyndebourne Festival Opera performing Handel's opera Rinaldo