Music for winding down at the end of the day.
The theft of precious gold from three Rhine maidens launches us into a world of gods, heroes, dwarfs, giants, nature spirits and magic.
Yehudi Menuhin was a virtuoso violinist and an outspoken campaigner for human rights. This year we're marking his centenary. (AUDIO)
Performances by Auckland Philharmonia including Beethoven' Symphony No 3, Eroica, Ravel's La Valse and Scriabin's Symphony No 3 Op 43.
Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony has so indelibly entered our cultural consciousness that it is as much a part of our collective identity as chocolate fish and jandals, according to Rachel Hyde. (AUDIO)
The shimmering beauty of Paris is reflected in Ravel's strongly structured masterpiece of 1903. Charlotte Wilson presents an introduction. (AUDIO)
Explore the music of early European migrants, as well as New Zealanders originating in the Pacific Islands, Asia, and the Middle East, and their efforts to continue their music in New Zealand.