Antonio Pappano explores the great tenor roles and singers of the last 100 years.
Petroc Trelawny presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show, featuring listener requests.
Music and conversation with some of the world's finest musicians.
Petroc Trelawny presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show, including the Friday poem.
Martin Handley presents Breakfast, including a Sounds of the Earth slow radio soundscape.
Classical music for breakfast time, plus found sounds and the odd unclassified track.
Sean Rafferty presents a lively mix of music and arts news.
Find out all about the Classical Voice season across BBC Four, BBC Two and BBC Radio 3.
How should Gilbert & Sullivan's works should be performed in the 21st century?
Royal Opera House music director Sir Antonio Pappano explores the art of great singing.
Dame Kiri Te Kanawa chooses arias by Puccini and Richard Strauss.
The New Zealand-born soprano reveals her desert island choices to Roy Plomley.
Classical Voice: Hear tips and tricks on technique from In Tune's resident experts.
Dame Kiri Te Kanawa selects her 20 favourite voices, from Classical to pop singers.
Watch the latest Cardiff Singer of the World clips and archive video going back to 2007.
Only Men Aloud's conductor Tim Rhys-Evans introduces the different voice types.
A performance of one song by each of the competitors in the Song Prize rounds.
Countertenor Max Emanuel Cencic and Pomo d'Oro perform Italian Baroque music.
Classical Voice: Soprano Dame Felicity Lott explores her favourite French music.
Brian Morton explores the challenges of singing opera, with help from the BBC archive.
Vocal coach Mary King explains how we sing, and how to project...
Dee Dee Bridgewater tries to get her head round the music of vocalist Andreas Schaerer
Dame Kiri Te Kanawa leads a masterclass for four of the event's competitors.
David Pountney leads an opera masterclass with two students from the WNCMD.
Award-winning film-maker Mike Leigh makes his operatic directorial debut with ENO.
Countertenor Max Emanuel Cencic stars in a performance of Handel's opera, 'Alessandro'.
Live from Westminster Cathedral on the Solemnity of the Dedication of the Cathedral
Opera on 3's broadcasts vividly communicate the drama and excitement of live opera.
Graeme Kay demystifies the ups and downs of the singing voice.
A comprehensive guide to opera with singers, conductors, directors and vocal coaches.
Radio 3's Podcast Opera Guides offer expert introductions and opera synopses.
Donald Macleod and Italian opera expert Roger Parker explore Verismo - 'reality' opera'.
Donald Macleod fulfils his dream to visit this treasure of an opera house in Stockholm.
Rebecca Kesby looks at the physical act of singing.
Donald Macleod explores the rich tradition of Russian opera, from Glinka to Schnittke.
Graeme Kay's guide to opera, from Aïda to Zauberflöte.
BBC iWonder: Exploring the physiology and neuroscience of the 'tingle' factor.
Graeme Kay gives the background to this much-loved vocal art form.
Discovering the infinite richness of the German art song in this Bitesize Guide.
Prof. Cliff Eisen examines the music and lyrics of some of the greatest songs in history.
Mexican tenor Rolando Villazón reveals the joy of singing Verdi’s music.
A brief introduction to the world-class country house opera festival.
Opéra-Comique is older and stranger than we think. Composer of the Week investigates.
How a conductor formed a choir of his fellow Jewish prisoners during the Holocaust.
A celebration of this great tenor through performance highlights from the BBC archives.
Mexican Tenor Rolando Villazon discusses the premiere of Mozart's opera Don Giovanni.
Watch Aldeburgh Music's Britten Centenary production of Peter Grimes on the beach.
Watch the Roundhouse and Royal Opera House’s co-production of Monteverdi’s Orfeo.
Jay Richardson talks to Andy Morahan, director of ENO first's opera cinema relay.
Watch Eleanor Thomas's BBC Arts exclusive film with the opera's composer James MacMillan.
Watch an extract and interviews about BOC's community revival of Tippett's The Ice Break.
Dame Kiri Te Kanawa talks about the Mozart arias that mean the most to her.