A concert commemorating 200 years since Wagner's birth, including Act 3 of Die Walkure.
Live from the Wigmore Hall, soprano Juliane Banse performs lieder by Schubert and Wolf.
Classical Opera performs a selection of tales from Ovid by Mozart, Gluck and Haydn.
James Gaffigan conducts the BBC Symphony Orchestra in Jonathan Lloyd, Brahms and Tippett.
A performance given by the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra under Matthias Pintscher
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A concert in which Christian Zacharias joins the Halle as conductor and piano soloist
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Purcell, Schumann and a UK premiere with the Elias Quartet and pianist Jonathan Biss.
Mark Padmore (tenor) and Julius Drake (piano) perform Beethoven, Schumann and Britten.
Handel's L'Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato, performed by the Gabrieli Consort.
Juanjo Mena conducts the BBC Philharmonic in Janácek, Ravel and Stravinsky.
The BBC National Chorus of Wales celebrates the 2013 anniversaries of Britten and Poulenc.
Fabio Biondi directs the English Concert in music by Mozart, Haydn and Pugnani
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Live from Ely Cathedral, music by Tallis, Vaughan Williams, Poulenc, Jackson and Faure.
John Wilson conducts the BBC Symphony Orchestra and Chorus in a programme of English music
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BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra/Andrew Manze in Wagner, Vaughan Williams and Beethoven.
London Philharmonic Orchestra under Ryan Wigglesworth in music prefiguring World War II
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Violinist Renaud Capucon is joined by an ensemble including his brother Gautier on cello
Live from Knightsbridge, the BBC Singers perform music about the story of Creation.
The Royal Scottish National Orchestra in music by Copland, Barber and John Adams
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LSO and soloists under John Eliot Gardiner in Stravinsky: Apollon musagete; Oedipus Rex.
Alamire performs the choral music of the Tudor Dynasty at Cadogan Hall, London.
The Philharmonia Orchestra performs a colourful programme of Russian music
French song with Geraldine McGreevy and Henk Neven, accompanied by Graham Johnson.
Martyn Brabbins leads the BBC Symphony Orchestra in Mark Simpson, Beethoven and Tippett
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra/Donald Runnicles in Rachmaninov, Britten and Shostakovich
The Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra in music by Korngold, Bruch, Wagner and Strauss.
Britten's opera The Turn Of The Screw, starring Andrew Kennedy and Sally Matthews.
Colin Walsh plays the organ of Lincoln Cathedral in a programme of virtuoso French music.
Andrew Davis conducts the BBC Symphony Orchestra in Jonathan Lloyd, Brahms and Tippett
Donald Runnicles leads the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra in music by Strauss and Wagner