Music Through the Night keeps you company through the wee hours from midnight to 6.00am.
The Mongolian folk band Hanggai features in Global Sounds. Think electric guitars and electronica skillfully blended with traditional horse-hair fiddles, along with a generous dollop of overtone singing...
Lots of musical variety on Hymns on Sunday this week, including songs to mark Maori Language Week, a psalm from the Scottish Psalter and an arrangement for brass band of Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus.
The NZCT Chamber Music Contest encourages young musicians regardless of standard or experience, to perform together and strive towards excellence. Watch the finalists perform live.
In New Horizons, William Dart pays tribute to jazz singer Billie Holiday, whose 100th anniversary it is this year, with a couple of recent albums from Cassandra Wilson and José James and a smattering of tracks from Lady Day herself
William Dart introduces the group of French composers called 'Les Six', who were friends in Paris around 1920.
Jack Body's composition 'Songs & Dances of Desire' entwines the life of Bizet's opera character with the story of one of NZ's notable characters, Carmen Rupe.
Performances by Auckland Philharmonia including Beethoven' Symphony No 3, Eroica, Ravel's La Valse and Scriabin's Symphony No 3 Op 43.
Indra Hughes explains what to listen for in the French composer Claude Debussy's three symphonic sketches for orchestra, La Mer.
Percussion extraordinaire Evelyn Glennie talks about her quest to commission repertoire from composers all over the world.
Young NZ composer Celeste Oram finds hot air balloons and belly dancing with drones on her pilgrimage to the 2014 Darmstadt Courses for New Music.