The Works has soprano Renée Fleming as soloist in a recording of Ravel's Shéhérazade, with the Radio France Philharmonic under Alan Gilbert
Get your intake of music news and current affairs with Eva Radich in Upbeat
Enjoy highlights from Act 1 of Adolphe Adam's score to the ballet Giselle in Afternoon Requests
Isabelle Faust plays Beethoven's Violin Concerto in D in CD Masters - it won Best Concerto Recording at the 2012 Gramophone Awards
Music Alive has a recital by Isabelle Demers on the organ of Auckland Town Hall with a programme that includes music by Bach, Mendelssohn, Tchaikovsky and Prokofiev
The story of Tom Rakewell who unwittingly makes a bargain with the Devil.
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.
Norman Meehan looks at the life and music of the American jazz pianist whose remarkable musical career spanned more than six decades.
Steve Danby escorts us into the toe-tapping world of Broadway icon Irving Berlin.
Avid record collector David Morriss shares rare, exquisite and sometimes astounding classical music, inspired by this extraordinary photograph.
Local guitarist and song writer Stan Woodhouse was seduced by Melbourne’s busy music scene, but it’s a hard life working in bars to pay the rent, even in the seediest part of Fitzroy.