The Sunday Morning Concert series opens with the Concerto Köln playing Bach and Geminiani
The first in the series of Beethoven’s complete quartets by the Belcea Quartet.
Adam Laloum – one of the most talented thirtysomething French pianists
An astonishingly precocious performer: believe it or not, young Russian pianist Alexandra Dovgan was born in 2007!
The second in the series of complete Beethoven quartets with the Belcea Quartet.
Fate has clearly smiled on young Italian pianist Beatrice Rana
A world-class viola player and a Spanish grandee pianist travel through Europe from North to South.
The third in the series of Beethoven’s complete quartets with the Belcea Quartet.
The waltz in all its guises captures the timeless spirit of Vienna
A sunny start to the year with Baroque music from Italy courtesy of Giovanni Antonini and Il Giardino Armonico
This musical tale, written by Jean Broussolle and set to music by André Popp, is as fresh as ever and earthy Juliette is living proof.
The fourth in the series of Beethoven’s complete quartets with the Belcea Quartet
Young Russian piano and conducting prodigy, Maxim Emelyanychev, in a symphony programme
Trio Wanderer celebrate the Master of Bonn with the Triple Concerto
The fifth in the series of Beethoven’s complete quartets with the Belcea Quartet
A journey to the East in the company of Beethoven with pianist Shani Diluka and Indian musicians Sahana Banerjee and Edouard Prabhu
Alexander Melnikov and Andreas Staier demonstrate their close rapport in dazzling Schubert for four-hands.
The Ensemble Les Surprises takes us on a journey of love with Purcell
A version of the adventures of Pinocchio in which music, drama and graphic illustrations combine to create a truly poetic universe.
The clarinet is in the spotlight in the works of Brahms and Schubert, with maestro Michel Portal, pianist Michel Dalberto, and Russian soprano Elena Galitskaya.
Nemanja Radulovic and Michel Vuillermoz engage in dialogue with Beethoven and Tolstoy
The sixth and final concert by the Belcea quartet performing Beethoven’s complete Quartets.
The saxophone is in the spotlight with the amazing Signum Saxophone Quartet and pianist Lukas Geniušas.
Benjamin Grosvenor is “the most mesmerising young pianist Britain has produced for decades” according to The Times.