Music Through the Night keeps you company through the wee hours from midnight to 6.00am.
We continue our look at the war that changed the world in Appointment
In Music Alive we have a concert from the 2014 Beethovenfest, recorded in Beethoven’s native city of Bonn
David Briggs, a former Organ Scholar at King’s College, Cambridge, plays Francis Poulenc’s darkly Gothic concerto for the King of Instruments, on Music Alive
The NZSO with Lynn Harrell on cello and Andrew Grams as conductor play three pieces by Mendelssohn, Elgar and Schumann in Music Alive as a tribute to the fallen of WWI
Our Opera on Sunday is Wagner's Tristan and Isolde performed by the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra
The life and work of Aaron Copland, a tower of strength in 20th century American music and a man sensitive to the times he lived in.
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 from an exciting baroque trio drawn together by their passion for 16th, 17th and 18th century music.
We explore the adaptation of Louis Braille’s six-dot reading and writing system for the blind to represent the language of music.
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.
Writer/presenter Davinia Caddy opens our eyes and ears to the endless adaptability of classical music, its enduring appeal, and its extraordinary power and reach.