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James Jolly's weekly playlist includes concertos by Richard Strauss, Copland, Higdon and Brahms as well as pre-release tracks by Nicola Benedetti and Wynton Marsalis, Keith Jarrett and Vivica Genaux
Kirill Petrenko's recorded debut with the Berlin Phil, 'period' Mahler from Les Siècles, Lars Vogt's Mozart and solo Bach from Rachel Podger
Wagner from Andris Nelsons, Weinberg from Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla, the Belcea Quartet play Janáček and Michael Collins conducts and plays Richard Strauss
Julian Prégardien sings Schumann, Jukka-Pekka Saraste conducts the Eroica, James MacMillan from Amy Dickson and music by Hillborg, Badzura and Adrian Williams
Schumann from Sakari Oramo, Christian Thielemann and Julian Prégardien, Mozart from Evgeny Kissin and the Emersons, and Herbert Howells 'in Gloucestershire'
The Brahms Violin Concerto from Augustin Hadelich, Colin Currie plays Reich and Carolyn Sampson sings Richard Strauss, and we've pre-release tracks from Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla and Gramophone's Young Artist of the Year, Lise Davidsen
Brahms from Paavo Järvi, Vasily Petrenko's Elgar, Dame Janet Baker in Bach and taster tracks from Andris Nelsons, Evgeny Kissin and the Emerson Quartet, and Colin Currie with Steve Reich
A special piano-dominated playlist for Piano Day: piano concertos by Liszt and Chopin, songs by Brahms and Schubert, Shostakovich's Piano Quintet, Elgar's Violin Sonata, plus music ancient and modern from Renaud Capuçon
Vladimir Jurowski conducts Rachmaninov, Felix Klieser plays Mozart and Stéphane Degout sings Fauré. New music comes from Nigel Westlake, David Fennessy, Danny Elfman and Colin Matthews
Andreas Ottensamer plays Weber, Giovanni Antonini conducts Haydn and Sir Mark Elder gives us Shostakovich's Fifth, plus Valentina Lisitsa's Tchaikovsky, Isabelle Faust's Bach and Berlioz from Melbourne

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