Lucie Skeaping, Sam Barrett and Ben Bagby on Boethius's The Consolation of Philosophy.
Boethius's 'The Consolation of Philosophy' in music
The Elizabethan Dance Band
Lucie Skeaping with music for the broken consort, the dance band in Elizabethan times.
Los Hermanos Pla
Hannah French explores the lives and music of three 18th-century Catalonian brothers.
The Sixteen at 40
Harry Christophers, founder of The Sixteen, celebrates the choir's 40th birthday.
Alessandro Scarlatti in Rome
Lucie Skeaping explores Alessandro Scarlatti’s relationship with Rome.
The Fitzwilliam Collection
Sophie Yates visits the Fitzwilliam Musem to explore a priceless collection of manuscripts
Johann Christoph Pepusch
The extraordinary life and music of Johann Christoph Pepusch.
An Evening in the Palace of Reason
Florilegium's Ashley Solomon looks at the life and music of Frederick the Great.
Barbara Strozzi 400th anniversary
A profile of the astonishing 17th-century singer and composer, Barbara Strozzi.
The Gibbons Clan
An exploration of the lives and music of a musical C17th dynasty - the Gibbons family.
Herbert of Cherbury
The life and legacy of the 16th-century musician and polymath, Edward Herbert
A profile of the 18th-century French violinist and composer Louis-Gabriel Guillemain.
Schutz's Psalmen Davids
An exploration of Schutz's 26 psalm settings, published 400 years ago.
Puppetry in opera
The history of puppets in opera, with musician and director Thomas Guthrie.
Andreas Staier: A new touch
Andreas Staier performs 18th-century keyboard music at the York Early Music Festival.
York Early Music Festival International Young Artists Competition 2019
Highlights and performances from the York Early Music Festival Young Artists Competition.
The sacred works of Claude Le Jeune
The life and works of 16th-century French composer Claude Le Jeune.
The Italian Job: Music from the Polish Court
Il Tempo Baroque Ensemble perform the Italian style that was all the rage in Warsaw.
I Barocchisti and the Swiss Radio Choir perform four of JS Bach's great choral cantatas.
Monica Piccinini and Friends at the Resonanzen Festival
16th Century Italian music for voice, harp and gamba from the 2019 Resonanzen Festival.
Trio Mediaeval at Schwetzingen
Trio Mediaeval sing music from the 12th-century Huelgas Codex at the Schwetzingen Festival