Schubert's Last Journey III

The multi-awarded cellist Etienne Moreau and the Tchalik Quartet for a Bach - Schubert dialogue.

Beethoven, Liszt, Chopin

The young Japanese pianist, a star in his country and a rising star on the world stage with Chopin and Liszt.

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

One of the most poignant lyrical «scenes» in the Russian repertoire, revisited by Stéphane Braunschweig and the young conductor Karina Canellakis.

The Concert d'Astrée celebrates its 20th anniversary!

The 20th anniversary of Emmanuelle Haïm's Concert d'Astrée with a host of faithful artists.

In Search of Lost Time

Shani Diluka, with Natalie Dessay, sets her metronome to that of In Search of Lost Time.

Machaut, Liszt, Fauré

Liszt in all his splendour by Kit Armstrong.

Vivaldi, Chin, Mozart

The great Anne-Sophie Mutter with a programme that mirrors her extraordinary career.

Hervé Niquet, Shani Diluka, Nicolas Ramez, Florent Pujuila

The Parisian musical atmosphere of the early 20th century is celebrated with Hervé Niquet and the pianist Shani Diluka.

Handel, Porpora

Philippe Jaroussky in the footsteps of Farinelli and Carestini, two of the greatest castrati in the history of Baroque music.

Schubert's Last Journey IV

The Wanderer Trio following in the footsteps of Beethoven and Schubert.

George Frideric Handel

A twilight masterpiece and one of Handel's most moving works, illuminated by exceptional singers.

François Boulanger, Adam Laloum

Adam Laloum in Brahmsian territory and the New World of Dvořák.

Leoš Janáček

Between a fable and an initiatory journey, the adventures of the cunning little vixen brilliantly illustrate Janacek's musical and humanist legacy.

Alessandra Vittini, François Doublier

Alessandra Vittini and her New International Philharmonia Orchestra offer a special program with three summits of Mozart's work.

Antje Weithaas

A concert for romantic strings conducted by violinist Antje Weithaas.

J.-C. Spinosi, M.-N. Lemieux, P. Jaroussky, F. Boesch, M. Abozekry

The Great Lyrical Karaoke presented by Jean-Christophe Spinosi for the 30th anniversary of his Ensemble Matheus.

Schubert's Last Journey V

Evgeni Koroliov's Schubertian journey, combining poetry and virtuosity.

Nicolai, Mozart, Rossini, Gounod, Donizetti...

Pretty Yende's charm and elegance for a kaleidoscopic programme.

Mats Ek, Emma Portnerl, Sasha Waltz, Jirí Kylián, Crystal Pite, Ohad Naharin

A dream evening of dance with the most prominent choreographers working today

Say, Brahms-Dietrich-Schumann, Wagner

The extraordinary journey of the pianist Fazil Say, reflecting his cosmopolitan personality.

Satie, Berlioz / Liszt

Kun-Woo Paik, the "most French of Korean pianists" surrounded by three promising young piano prodigies.

Hervé Niquet

The splendour of Charpentier and Handel vs the tenderness of Corelli by Hervé Niquet.

Douglas Boyd, Jean-Efflam Bavouzet

Paris-London revisited by Douglas Boyd, Scotland's most Parisian conductor.


As an incomparable interpreter of the Leipzig Cantor, Sir András Schiff devotes himself to the composer's Well-Tempered Clavier.

Orchestre de la Garde Républicaine, François Boulanger

A moment of celebration and togetherness combining classical masterpieces and a selection of the most beautiful Christmas songs.

Sergei Prokofiev - Young audience

Prokofiev's classic symphonic fairy tale continues to captivate and delight all generations.

Vladimir Jurowski, Julia Fischer

Elgar's violin spirit by Julia Fischer and the might of the London Philharmonic Orchestra.

Elgar, Berlioz, Saint-Saëns, Beethoven...

The Diapason d'Or 2021 winners' concert with Roberto Alagna, Sheku Kanneh-Mason and Daniil Trifonov.  

Jacques Offenbach

Offenbach's masterpiece for the enjoyment of young and the young at heart with a score as sparkling as the champagne of late 19th-century Parisian parties and fun.

Saint-Saëns, Franck

Cellist Victor Julien-Laferrière and pianist Alexandre Kantorow for a morning of French music.

Schubert, Mendelssohn, Beethoven, Tchaikovsky...

A birthday party and harp for Marielle Nordmann's 80th birthday.

George Frideric Handel

Handel's Messiah is arguably the most frequently performed oratorio in the history of sacred music.

Lars Vogt, Ian Bostridge

An impressionist concert delivered with mastery by the English tenor Ian Bostridge.

Fauré, Chopin, Scriabine

Fauré and Chopin for this new recital by Jean-Philippe Collard.

Gaetano Donizetti

With Nemorino's languid arias and Adina's mischievous arias, The Elixir of Love is one of Donizetti's little gems.

Schubert's Last Journey VI

An almost brotherly trio to combine Schubert and Dvořák on a Sunday morning.

Bach, Brahms, Ysaÿe, Franck

The spirited violin playing of young prodigy Daniel Lozakovitch and the piano mastery of Stanislav Soloviev

Yuri Temirkanov, Boris Berezovsky

The traditional Parisian concert by Yuri Temirkanov and his St Petersburg Orchestra with Boris Berezovsky as soloist.

Couperin, Debussy, Ravel, Satie

Fazil Say plays French music from the classicism of Couperin to the impressionism of Ravel and Debussy.

Javier Perianes, Deborah Nemtanu

An evening of passionate Mozart playing-directed by Deborah Nemtanu.

Et Pof!

Muriel Robin is back doing her cult sketches.

Bach-Tausig, Mozart, Beethoven, Chopin

A brilliant Beethoven and Chopin programme for Evgeny Kissin's new recital.

Young Audience Concert

Piccolo, Saxo et Compagnie enchants the young and the young at heart with Juliette as the narrator.

Dowland, Purcell, Donizetti, Giordani, Rossini, Schubert, Fauré...

Philippe Jaroussky's timbre magnified by the plucked strings of Thibaut Garcia.

Giovanni Battista Pergolesi

A masterly score that gave rise to a legend comparable to that of Mozart's Requiem.

Valery Gergiev, Denis Matsuev

The Wiener Philharmoniker and Valery Gergiev are back for an evening of Rachmaninov.


Angelin Preljocaj embraces Schubert’s Winter Journey in a new ballet combining graphical and musical elements.


Fazıl Say takes on the Goldberg Variations, the undisputed summit in Bach's immense work.

Giuseppe Verdi

Daniele Gatti rejoins the 'National' for Verdi's Requiem, in which the composer has summoned all the expressive forms of the operatic art.

Schubert's Last Journey VII

An inner and poetic contemplation by Martin Helmchen.

from Verdi - Participatory opera

All the darkness and tenderness of Verdi's opera in a version adapted for young audiences, where they will once again be invited to join in the singing.

Debussy, Rachmaninov, Schubert

Amidst Debussy, Schubert and Liszt, Francesco Piemontesi takes on Rachmaninov.

Gabriel Fauré, Charles Gounod

Fauré's Requiem and Gounod's rare Messe de Clovis. Two visions of the French sacred repertoire at the end of the 19th century.


Julien Taylor and his friends of the Consort for a morning dedicated to the young Mozart.

Antonio Vivaldi

Jean-Christophe Spinosi continues his exploration of the Red Priest's operatic repertoire with this Venetian L'Olimpiade with a libretto by Metastasius.


The great Mozartian heroines revisited by Elsa Dreisig.

Louis-Noël Bestion de Camboulas, Véronique Gens

The enthusiasm of the Ensemble Les Surprises and the expertise of Véronique Gens for a concert focusing on French tragedy.

Schubert's Last Journey VIII

The discreet but no less talented pianist Anne Queffélec for Schubert's and Mozart's last sonatas.

Schumann, Chopin

The young Russian Alexandra Dovgan is proof that talent does not wait for years to express itself.

Mel Bonis, Lili Boulanger, Louise Farrenc...

A symbolic date to celebrate women composers through the centuries.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Così fan tutte, a lavish lesson in love revisited by Emmanuelle Haïm and Laurent Pelly.

Lars Vogt, Alban Gerhardt

The Russian passions of the Orchestre de chambre de Paris and cellist Alban Gerhardt.


The deep beauty of Emőke Baráth's singing guided by her partner Philippe Jaroussky.

Haydn, Beethoven

The violinist Christian Tetzlaff and his eponymous quartet celebrate Haydn and Beethoven.


Sunwook Kim in solo to celebrate Haydn, Schubert, Chopin and Prokofiev.

Beethoven, Franck

Nikolay Lugansky, the quiet force of Russian piano, has an affinity for Beethoven and César Franck.

Cristian Măcelaru, Matthias Goerne

Strauss, Wagner and Matthias Goerne, chemistry at its best.

Tchaikovsky, Shostakovich

The perfect fusion of a trio playing Tchaikovsky and Shostakovich.

Scarlatti, Albéniz, Piazzolla, Ellington...

Thibault Cauvin, the latest guitar sensation.

Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla, Patricia Kopatchinskaja

Stravinsky's only violin concerto and two iconic works by Tchaikovsky.

Schubert's Last Journey IX

Pianists David Kadouch and Guillaume Bellom bring Schubert, Satie and Stravinsky to life with their four hands.

Tabula Rasa, Woman with water, 24 hours and a dog

Paris discovers the young Cuban company Malpaso with its incredible energy thanks to three ballets by Naharin, Ek and Delgado.

Antonin Dvořák

This beautiful sacred work ranks with the masterpieces of the genre by Pergolesi, Fauré and Poulenc. All the intimacy of the musician is displayed here with intensity and emotion.

Gérard Depardieu, Gérard Daguerre

Gérard Depardieu’s final tribute to the Lady in Black

Young Audience Concert

Saint-Exupéry's classic revisited musically by Marc-Olivier Dupin.

Marin Marais

Marin Marais is best known for his viola da gamba catalogue, but he also wrote for opera, including this exciting and rare Ariadne and Bacchus.


Bertrand Chamayou goes head to head with Messiaen for one of the pinnacles of modern French piano.

Johann Sebastian Bach

The first of the great works Bach composed for Leipzig and one of the highlights of his choral catalogue.

M. Chiche, D. de Williencourt, J. Ferrandis, C.Julien, V. Dantas, Arthur H

Dominique de Williencourt, master of a fine tribute to Camille Saint-Saëns.

Prokofiev, Rachmaninov

Valentina Lisitsa on Russian soil with Prokofiev and Rachmaninov.

Jules Massenet

Massenet's work finds here a musical and vocal stage worthy of its sensual and spiritual dimension.

Albéniz, Schumann, Ravel

Benjamin Grosvenor's bold musicality in Albéniz, Schumann and Ravel.

Gaetano Donizetti

Anna Bolena, Donizetti's third opus on the tragic fates of the Tudor queens, is a vocal feat that this evening's trio will tackle with great flair.

Sébastien Rouland, Simon Ghraichy

Simon Ghraichy's passion for Saint-Saëns and Liszt.

Pérez, Fux, Zelenka, Galuppi...

Countertenor Jakub Józef Orliński takes us on a journey of discovery of some little-known Baroque gems.

Cherubini, Monsigny, Gossec, Gluck...

A musical portrait of French comic opera by Véronique Gens and Sandrine Piau.

Opera arias and African songs

Opera and traditional African songs for an evening in aid of young African opera artists.

Lars Vogt, Antje Weithaas

Beethoven's legacy, the rare Louise Farrenc and the virtuoso violinist Antje Weithaas.

Richard Wagner

Das Rheingold and the first meeting with Yannick Nézet-Séguin and the Rotterdam musicians for a complete tetralogy to come.

George Frideric Handel

One of Handel's masterpieces by stage director Damiano Michieletto and Philippe Jaroussky, making his Parisian debut in the pit.

Giacomo Puccini

A brilliant work written with passion and which allows us to delve into the most intimate and spiritual side of Puccini.


A generous Chopin concert for the young Canadian pianist Jan Lisiecki.

Philippe Herreweghe, Magdalena Kožená, Andrew Staples

Mahler's Das Lied von der Erde, a moving work of humanity with Magdalena Kožená and Andrew Stamples.

The traditional and much awaited Parisian recital of the pianistic oddball Grigory Sokolov.

Mozart, Spontini, Rossini, Donizetti...

A rare display of double tessitura in this 'baritenore' recital by Michael Spyres.

Marc-Antoine Charpentier

Dumont and Charpentier, bringing the art of the Grand Motet à la française to its fullest.

Schubert, Shostakovitch

The Belcea Quartet performs one of the masterpieces of Schubert's chamber repertoire.

Purcell, Schubert, Karłowicz, Handel...

Jakub Józef Orliński - the phenomenon of the young generation of countertenors.

Haydn, Schubert, Chopin, Stravinsky

The Russian giant is back with two Viennese classics, Chopin and Stravinsky.

César Franck

In this rare Hulda, the musician rediscovers all the lyricism so characteristic of his symphonic and chamber works.

Christian Thielemann

Bruckner's final masterpiece by Christian Thielemann and the Staatskapelle Dresden.

Sir András Schiff

Austro-Hungarian pianist Andreas Schiff performing Beethoven's famous Emperor Concerto.

François-Frédéric Guy

The pianist François-Frédéric Guy continues his exploration of musical filiations.

Vadim Repin and Nicholas Angelich, a duo at the peak of musical dialogue.

Chopin, Debussy, Albéniz, Schumann

Nelson Goerner's elegance in performing Chopin, Debussy and Albéniz.

Andris Nelsons

Andris Nelsons combines Viennese tradition with Russian modernity.

Schumann, Beethoven / Liszt

The piano of Elena Bashkirova and the art of poetic classicism.

Rossini, Gounod, Massenet, Donizetti...

Sumi Jo, a big name in world peace.

Gaspare Spontini

Spontini was celebrated in his time by the general public and many composers. La Vestale, at the crossroads of styles, is of imperial flamboyance.


David Fray is back with Schubert and his imposing Wanderer-Fantasy.

Opera arias

Another Folle Soirée event devoted to opera organised by Radio Classique.

Schubert, Chausson, Turina, Ravel

A beautiful encounter between chamber music and dance by the Modigliani Quartet.

H. Niquet, V. Gens, H. Guilmette, J. Dran, T. Christoyannis, E. Ceysson, X. Phillips, C. Tiberghien

The French melodies of joy brought to life by the Palazzetto Bru Zane and a fine vocal group.


Akram Khan’s latest solo, at once gripping humanity, tragic and poetic, like this immense performer.