Watch a selection of individual works from the Proms 2017 season.
Rimsky-Korsakov's popular 'Capriccio on Spanish Themes' is based on five folk melodies.
Dvořák’s melody-strewn Symphony No. 8, is a pastoral symphony in all but name.
US artist Jeremy Denk is the soloist in Bartók’s brilliant Piano Concerto No.1.
Missy Mazzoli’s mesmeric Sinfonia – music ‘in the shape of the solar system'.
Kodály's joyful 1936 Budavári Te Deum employs a traditional Hungarian folk-music idiom.
The Spark Catchers takes its inspiration and title from a Lemn Sissay poem.
Possibly the best-known piece of classical music in the Western world.
Gerald Barry's new work was inspired by revolutionary events in Canada’s history.
Leila Josefowicz performs Stravinsky's fiercely brilliant neo-Classical concerto.
A dramatic celebration of the triumph of truth over tyranny in music of radiant beauty.
Revel in the hauntingly beautiful Adagio and impassioned finale of this symphony.
Prize-winning pianist Alexander Gavrylyuk makes his Proms debut.
The frenzied rhythms of Stravinsky’s ballet score prompted a riot at its Paris premiere.
Thomas Adès conducts the National Youth Orchestra in his work inspired by the North Star.
Francisco Coll's richly textured, large-scale work receives its London premiere.
Beethoven’s great hymn to humanity.
This European premiere by Scottish composer James MacMillan makes a plea for unity.
Performed by the BBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Sir Andrew Davis.
Performed by Beatrice Rana with the BBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Sir Andrew Davis.
A trademark performance from memory by the Aurora Orchestra of the 'Eroica' symphony.
Richard Strauss's 1945 Metamorphosen is an ecstatic and elegiac work.
A work whose modernity and astonishing textural effects are still startling.