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Zubin Mehta conducting the Berlin Philharmonic from a chair

Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra/Mehta


See Zubin Mehta conduct one of the world’s finest orchestras in three classics from Wagner, Stravinsky and Dvořák.

Dalia conducting with great enthusiasm

BBC SO/Stasevska


Exuberance from Anna Clyne and Lior Rosner is followed by the melancholy of Rachmaninov’s lustrous and impassioned third symphony.

A black and white image of James smiling joyfully

ECHO Rising Stars: James Newby


This performance has been cancelled.

Mahan Esfahani in front of a graffiti wall

Explore Scarlatti


Inventive, exuberant, and endlessly entertaining, the keyboard music of Domenico Scarlatti is a treasure-trove of musical possibilities. Explore a genius without limits in this day-long celebration.

An ethereal image of Khatia in a stately garden with wind in her hair, expertly playing the piano with great emotion

Khatia Buniatishvili in recital


Come for the fireworks, stay for the poetry: Khatia Buniatishvili brings her barnstorming technique and thoughtful musicality to piano music by great Romantic and 20th-century masters.

Sakari clapping his hands joyfully

BBC SO/Oramo


Mesmeric ballet music commissioned by the extraordinary Ida Rubinstein meets an exquisite piano concerto with a special place in BBC Symphony Orchestra history.

Seymon Bychkov conducting masterfully

Czech Philharmonic/Bychkov


Join the 125th anniversary celebrations of one of the world’s top orchestras as they perform the beloved masterpiece of their nation’s greatest composer: Dvořák’s New World symphony.

Ian Bostridge gazing absently into the middle distance

Britten Sinfonia & Ian Bostridge


Ian Bostridge and Britten Sinfonia embark on a journey around Europe with folk-inspired chamber music from Bartók to Britten, including a new work by Sir James MacMillan.

An image of the BBC singers

Singers at Six: Poems of Ecstasy


Purity and profundity from the BBC Singers is found in choral works mourning loss separated by two continents and five and a half centuries.

A portrait of Nikolai

BBC SO/Vedernikov


Stravinsky’s symphonic workout meets Scriabin’s triumphant hymn to the glory of mankind in a concert of Russian artists exploring Russian sounds.