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Tchaikovsky from MTT, Debussy from Alexander Melnikov, Beethoven arranged, a Prokofiev violin sonata and two takes on Bach's cello suites
Boris Giltburg spent all night playing Rachmaninov for a very special film, revealed here!
James Jolly's weekly selection of new releases and archive classics including Shostakovich from Noseda and the LSO, Górecki's Third String Quartet, Nézet-Séguin conducting Tchaikovsky, and Bostridge and Pappano perform Mahler
Christopher Purves introduces 'Finest Arias for Base Voice, Vol 2'
Alan Davey explains why BBC Radio 3 are pioneering new recording techniques for a very special broadcast
A recent trip to The Grange Festival saw opera audiences being challenged by dance – and enjoying it, writes Sarah Kirkup
How rethinking a performance can give audiences an extra evocative element
James Jolly's weekly selection includes Bach from Daniel Lozakovich, Mark-Anthony Turnage from Marc-André Hamelin and Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Bach for the lute played by Thomas Dunford, and a reprise for Jakub Józef Orlinski's Vivaldi

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