Isabelle Faust

As the German violinist makes her Proms debut, she tells us why she loves playing the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto

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Charles Hazlewood

The Big Bang, dinosaurs, insects and space: this weekend's Darwin-inspired Proms for children have it all. Conductor Charles Hazlewood gives us a sneak preview

The Making of Music (Part 5)

James Naughtie rejoices that classical music is still being discovered by new audiences

Stanley Clarke

The Return To Forever bassist who famously developed the slap-funk jazz technique, discusses his new trio album In The Garden

David Atherton

Holst's Choral Symphony is given its Proms premiere this year. Conductor David Atherton takes a few minutes out of rehearsal to tell us why it's worth a listen
Jun Märkl

Jun Märkl

Oliver Condy talks to the German-Japanese conductor about his Prom that unites Eastern and Western cultures

The Making of Music (Part 4)

Vienna at the turn of the 20th century was a boiling pot of innovation, writes James Naughtie, as he continues his journey through the history of music

Paul McCreesh

Haydn's The Creation is filled with good humour and a love of life, says Paul McCreesh, who conducts the oratorio at this year's Proms

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