Adam Laloum opens this season's Sunday Morning Concerts cycle on Schubert's Last Journey.
Conductor Alexis Kossenko and countertenor Alex Potter bring Bach and Vivaldi into dialogue.
Swan Song in the Schubert / Liszt version by the young pianist Tanguy de Williencourt.
The multi-awarded cellist Etienne Moreau and the Tchalik Quartet for a Bach - Schubert dialogue.
Shani Diluka, with Natalie Dessay, sets her metronome to that of In Search of Lost Time.
The Wanderer Trio following in the footsteps of Beethoven and Schubert.
Evgeni Koroliov's Schubertian journey, combining poetry and virtuosity.
The extraordinary journey of the pianist Fazil Say, reflecting his cosmopolitan personality.
Prokofiev's classic symphonic fairy tale continues to captivate and delight all generations.
Cellist Victor Julien-Laferrière and pianist Alexandre Kantorow for a morning of French music.
An almost brotherly trio to combine Schubert and Dvořák on a Sunday morning.
Piccolo, Saxo et Compagnie enchants the young and the young at heart with Juliette as the narrator.
Fazıl Say takes on the Goldberg Variations, the undisputed summit in Bach's immense work.
An inner and poetic contemplation by Martin Helmchen.
Julien Taylor and his friends of the Consort for a morning dedicated to the young Mozart.
The discreet but no less talented pianist Anne Queffélec for Schubert's and Mozart's last sonatas.
The young Russian Alexandra Dovgan is proof that talent does not wait for years to express itself.
The violinist Christian Tetzlaff and his eponymous quartet celebrate Haydn and Beethoven.
Thibault Cauvin, the latest guitar sensation.
Pianists David Kadouch and Guillaume Bellom bring Schubert, Satie and Stravinsky to life with their four hands.
Saint-Exupéry's classic revisited musically by Marc-Olivier Dupin.
Benjamin Grosvenor's bold musicality in Albéniz, Schumann and Ravel.