We broadcast more live and specially-recorded concerts and opera than any other station.
The BBC Philharmonic, Juanjo Mena and Mark Simpson perform Shostakovich and Lindberg.
The Calidore String Quartet and pianist Javier Perianes perform Shaw and Schumann.
Music by four women composers who broke free from the strictures of a male-dominated world
Robert Worby presents highlights from Sonorities 2018, a feast of electronic music.
Live at the BBC Proms: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Alain Altinoglu, Francesco Piemontesi
Pianist Francesco Piemontesi plays Debussy and the Armida Quartet play Brahms.
Live at BBC Proms, the BBC Symphony Orchestra and choral forces conducted by Sakari Oramo.
Verity Sharp presents a Late Junction mixtape by composer and turntablist Shiva Feshareki.
Live from Truro Cathedral, contemporary choral music from around the world.
Music for the body and for the mind. Verity serves up sounds for the human and divine.
Harry Christophers and The Sixteen, live from the York Early Music Festival.
A programme of music titled 'Songs before sleep' performed by Ashley Riches.
The BBC Singers perform the world premiere of Rory Boyle's Songs from the Marshes.
Jonathan Swain presents a concert from the Grand Hall of the Moscow Conservatory.
Peter Phillips shares his passion for the music of Thomas Tomkins and Manuel Cardoso.
Sheku Kanneh-Mason performs Elgar plus Martyn Brabbins conducts Holst and Vaughan Williams
Chamber orchestra Sinfonia Cymru perform works by Mozart and Bartok in Cardiff.
Exploring the evolution of human speech and celebrating amazing singing voices.
Michael Crawford performs in a 60th anniversary performance of Britten's Noye's Fludde.
Veronique Gens and Susan Manoff perform Gounod, Massenet, Duparc and Offenbach.
Roderick Williams presents an hour of organ favourites and new discoveries.
Tom Service presents Philip Venables's opera, 4.48 Psychosis.
The rhythms of life in the NHS captured in immersive stereo and specially composed music.
Gruppen - Stockhausen's avant-garde work for three orchestras from Tate Modern, London.
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