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ACO and Tognetti on stage

Australian Chamber Orchestra: Mozart's Last Three Symphonies

Three symphonies, written in a matter of weeks by a genius at the top of his form – and three universes of emotion, beauty and uncompromising artistic truth.

A man climbing a mountain

Australian Chamber Orchestra: Mountain (PG)

A nature documentary like you’ve never heard before: picture the soaring heights and superhuman terrors of the world’s great mountain ranges, as live music accompanies breath-taking imagery.

ACO and Tognetti on stage playing

Australian Chamber Orchestra: Bach, Beethoven and Bartók

Bach, Beethoven, Bartók… and Sufjan Stevens: a typically refreshing take on the classical concert format from the Australian Chamber Orchestra.

Franco Fagioli in Venice

Il Pomo d’Oro: Handel's Serse

Power and pride: superstar counter-tenor Franco Fagioli heads the cast as the hot-blooded Persian tyrant Xerxes, one of Handel’s most compelling dramatic creations.

Il Pomo d'Oro backstage 2018

Il Pomo d’Oro play Bach and Handel

Shunske Sato, one of the world’s most distinctive Baroque violinists, joins Il Pomo d’Oro – an ensemble as imaginative as he is – for Bach and Handel, up close in St Giles Cripplegate.

LCO Other Worlds event

London Contemporary Orchestra: Other Worlds

Experience the self-destruction of an ancient civilisation and our planet engulfed by the vastness of the ocean in two massive audio-visual portrayals of a dark past and still-avoidable future.

Janina Fialkowska 2018 landscape black background

BBC SO/Nesterowicz

The BBC Symphony Orchestra marks the centenary of Polish independence with a concert celebrating the nation’s rich musical legacy.