Afternoons feature classic performances from the back catalogue in CD Masters, Kiwi musicians in Made in New Zealand, and another round of the competition at 5:30 pm
In Tuesday's Music Alive we have the home-coming performance of John Chen with the Auckland Chamber Orchestra
A Christmas music concert from the 2014-2015 Euroradio Concert Season is on Wednesday's Music Alive. The programme is entirely devoted to Nikolai Golovanov, a Soviet composer and a conductor in the early 20th century
The Auckland Philharmonia takes to the stage under the baton of Paul McCreesh, one of today’s most accomplished conductors, on Music Alive for Thursday
Dmitri Shostakovich’s first film scores were written for a group producing theatrical productions that believed in finding art in the everyday.
The early 20th-Century Russian composer Alexander Scriabin developed a highly original harmonic language in the pursuit of communicating his vision of a spiritual world.
Cervantes' deluded knight and his hapless squire have inspired artists, composers and philosophers ever since the Spanish Golden Age.
Indra Hughes explains what to listen for in the French composer Claude Debussy's three symphonic sketches for orchestra, La Mer.
Meet the hero Siegfried, son of the lovers Siegmund and Sieglinde. How will the Ring shape his fate?
A series reflecting on composer and electronic music pioneer Douglas Lilburn (1915-2001) through the eyes and ears of his friends, family and colleagues.