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James Jolly's weekly playlist includes Maxim Vengerov playing Qigang Chen, Brigitte Fassbaender singing Strauss and Reinhard Goebel directing Handel, plus pre-release tracks from Semyon Bychkov and Miloš Karadaglić
Jessye Norman sings Wagner, Karl Leister plays Spohr, Sigvards Klava conducts Tchaikovsky choral music and Hugo Ticciati revisits Dido's Lament
Riccardo Chailly conducts Nino Rota, Susanna Mälkki conducts Bartók and Sakari Oramo conducts Arensky plus Bach on the guitar, Howells’s Cello Concerto and a striking Piano Sonata by Stewart Goodyear
Lise Davidsen's Richard Strauss Four Last Songs; Vivaldi from Delphine Galou; Jean-Efflam Bavouzet plays Mozart; Sakari Oramo conducts Sibelius, and pre-release tracks from Renée Fleming and Isata Kanneh-Mason
Sandrine Piau sings Berlioz; Anita Cerquetti's Tosca; Jolivet's Flute Concerto and Honegger's Second Symphony
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'

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