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Prom 4: Karabits and the BSO journey beyond the moon in a fast machine

Kirill Karabits © Chris Christodoulou
Exhilarating Adams and insightful The Planets from the BSO and Karabits, with a Proms debut from Nemanja Radulović in Barber with great presence and warmth.

Stravinsky’s Perséphone brought to life by Adès and Barry

Thomas Adès © Brian Voce
Glistening performances by the London Philharmonic Orchestra and combined forces under Thomas Adès bring to life Stravinsky’s Perséphone, with fiery premières of works by Adès himself and Gerald Barry.

Prom 31: An intoxicating La Damnation de Faust

Michael Spyres and Laurent Naouri © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
An unapologetic treat at the Proms and a composition of immediate appeal.

Enchanted Wood: dream of a Dream

Matthew Rose (Bottom) and Kathleen Kim (Tytania) © Robert Workman
“Out of this wood do not desire to go!” Tytania orders Bottom. Glyndebourne's revival of Peter Hall's classic production of A Midsummer Night's Dream is eerily enchanting, weaving its spell right from the queasy double bass glissandos, which slither into Britten's score.

Inspired by Shakespeare: a London gala

Allison Bell © Felipe Pagani
“If music be the food of love, play on, give me excess of it.” There was certainly plenty of Shakespeare-inspired music on the bill for the London Philharmonic Orchestra's celebration of The Bard.