Musical harmony in Slavic lands for the violin of Christian Tetzlaff and the piano of Leif Ove Andsnes.
Igor Levit performing Bach and Beethoven, his favourite repertoire, and searching for his Russian roots.
The violinist and his Double Sens ensemble take a musical journey to the four corners of Europe.
A whirlwind of the senses from Liszt to Granados performed by Simon Ghraichy.
The young Japanese pianist, a star in his country and a rising star on the world stage with Chopin and Liszt.
Liszt in all his splendour by Kit Armstrong.
The great Anne-Sophie Mutter with a programme that mirrors her extraordinary career.
Kun-Woo Paik, the "most French of Korean pianists" surrounded by three promising young piano prodigies.
A birthday party and harp for Marielle Nordmann's 80th birthday.
Fauré and Chopin for this new recital by Jean-Philippe Collard.
The spirited violin playing of young prodigy Daniel Lozakovitch and the piano mastery of Stanislav Soloviev
Fazil Say plays French music from the classicism of Couperin to the impressionism of Ravel and Debussy.
A brilliant Beethoven and Chopin programme for Evgeny Kissin's new recital.
Amidst Debussy, Schubert and Liszt, Francesco Piemontesi takes on Rachmaninov.
A symbolic date to celebrate women composers through the centuries.
Sunwook Kim in solo to celebrate Haydn, Schubert, Chopin and Prokofiev.
Nikolay Lugansky, the quiet force of Russian piano, has an affinity for Beethoven and César Franck.
The perfect fusion of a trio playing Tchaikovsky and Shostakovich.
Bertrand Chamayou goes head to head with Messiaen for one of the pinnacles of modern French piano.
Dominique de Williencourt, master of a fine tribute to Camille Saint-Saëns.
Valentina Lisitsa on Russian soil with Prokofiev and Rachmaninov.
A generous Chopin concert for the young Canadian pianist Jan Lisiecki.
The traditional and much awaited Parisian recital of the pianistic oddball Grigory Sokolov.
The Belcea Quartet performs one of the masterpieces of Schubert's chamber repertoire.
The Russian giant is back with two Viennese classics, Chopin and Stravinsky.
Vadim Repin and Nicholas Angelich, a duo at the peak of musical dialogue.
Nelson Goerner's elegance in performing Chopin, Debussy and Albéniz.
The piano of Elena Bashkirova and the art of poetic classicism.
David Fray is back with Schubert and his imposing Wanderer-Fantasy.
A beautiful encounter between chamber music and dance by the Modigliani Quartet.