Soundscapes at the National Gallery asks musicians to select a painting & compose for it.
Challenging the legacy of composer and racist ideologue John Powell (1882-1963).
Stephen Johnson explores the nuances in Barber's Violin Concerto and First Essay.
Conductor David Robertson explores ideas of place in the music of Charles Ives.
Charles Hazlewood and Debbie Wiseman with the BBC CO on composing for the cinema.
The theatre producer and writer David Lan meets the composer Nico Muhly.
John Tusa, talks to composer Elliot Carter about his work.
Stephen Johnson talks to the composer Elliott Carter in his 100th birthday year.
An interview with American composer, Elliott Carter.
Two female composers reveal how there is far more to listening than hearing.
The US composer on making music with 17,572 singers from around the world
Charles Hazlewood and the BBC Concert Orchestra explore classical foxtrots for orchestra.
Michael Berkeley’s guest is writer Helen Macdonald.
Robert Worby explores the adventures undertaken by performers tackling John Cage's music.
Tom Service is joined by ten-time Academy Award-nominated composer James Horner.
Jim Moir, aka Vic Reeves, chooses the life of Don van Vliet - Captain Beefheart.
Composer and conductor John Adams talks to Norman Lebrecht about his life and work.
Conceptual artist Michael Craig-Martin talks about avant-garde composer John Cage.
Richard Bernas explores the legacy of John Cage in music and beyond.
Charles Hazlewood and Clio Gould explore Kurt Weill's Violin Concerto.
The BBC Singers and the Bang on a Can All-Stars perform Julia Wolfe's Anthracite Fields.
David Nixon and BBC NOW join Charles Hazlewood to explore Russian Ballet.
Víkingur Ólafsson, Front Row's Lockdown Artist in Residence, live from Iceland on 1 May
Philip Glass's parallel lives of driving a taxi and composing music in 1970s New York.
Ira Lightman asks if Ezra Pound and other poets may shed light on the financial crisis.
Charles Hazlewood and Ittai Shapira explore a new Violin Concerto by Shulamit Ran.
How American experimental composer John Cage came to write his infamous silent 4’33”.
Ute Lemper explores the political and musical legacy of Mack the Knife composer Kurt Weill
Lynne Walker talks to the American composer about the evolution of his music.