The World's Greatest Classical Music Festival
Highlights of Barry Manilow and a host of artists with the BBC Concert Orchestra.
Fabulous music performed by the BBC SSO and a selection of world-class soloists.
Alex Jones and Steffan Powell present the first half of BBC Proms in the Park 2019.
Katie Derham introduces the climax of the world’s greatest classical music festival.
Radiohead guitarist and film composer, Jonny Greenwood, curates a late-night Prom.
The Aurora Orchestra performs Berlioz's Symphonie fantastique from memory.
A Proms premiere inspired by Duke Ellington's three sacred concerts.
The BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra performs a birthday tribute to Martyn Brabbins.
The Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Long Yu, performs Mozart and Rachmaninov.
Clara Amfo introduces a prom which celebrates the jazz and blues legend Nina Simone.
Katie Derham presents music from Finland, Russia and Germany.
Katie Derham hosts the climax of the world's greatest classical music festival.
Saxophonist Jess Gillam, baritone Gerald Finley and composer Daniel Kidane join Katie.
Katie Derham, Monty Alexander, Ilan Volkov and Dr Hannah French celebrate Sir Henry Wood.
BBC 2016 Young Musician winner Sheku Kanneh-Mason performs Elgar's Cello Concerto.
Sir Simon Rattle conducts the LSO and LSO Chorus in Walton's cantata, Belshazzar's Feast.
An evening of music to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Queen Victoria's birth.
Allan Clayton, Nadine Benjamin and Jason Singh join Katie Derham to explore ‘the voice’.
With conductors Odaline de la Martinez, Peter Edwards, Robert Ames and Lloyd Coleman.
Katie Derham celebrates the next generation of classical musicians.
Sir Antonio Pappano, the National Youth Orchestra of the USA, mezzo Joyce DiDonato.
BBC National Orchestra and Chorus of Wales with Nathalie Stutzmann.
Cerys Matthews introduces a late-night Prom featuring sci-fi film music.
The John Wilson Orchestra celebrates the music of the Warner Brothers film studio.