The recordings presented here form a very broad listening list for composition and musicianship pupils at Dulwich Piano Lessons, including students preparing for advanced ABRSM aural tests, Music Aptitude Tests (MAT), GCSE, A-level and undergraduate degree courses, and indeed anyone seeking to develop their familiarity, listening skills and overall awareness of music from the Renaissance period up to, and including, the latest works being composed today.
Additional listening links
BBC Radio 3 broadcasts classical music, opera, jazz and world music in addition to features on arts and culture. The station also broadcasts the BBC Proms concerts live each summer in addition to regular performances by the BBC Orchestras and the BBC Singers.
Founded in 2008, the Digital Concert Hall of the Berliner Philharmoniker is a website presenting around forty live concerts each year by the orchestra from the Berlin Philharmonie and other venues, in addition to a comprehensive archive of recent performances, documentaries and interviews.
Based in London and founded in 2004 by the composer Gabriel Prokofiev, nonclassical is a music promoter, record label and events producer presenting new classical, experimental and electronic music. Crossing genre and defying convention, nonclassical develop, produce and promote innovative music, supporting emerging artists and bringing new music to new audiences.
Medici TV is a video streaming platform for classical music, jazz, and ballet. With well over a hundred live events each year, Medici TV live streams performances by the world's leading artists, ensembles and orchestras, festivals and competitions, and also offers an extensive video on demand catalogue containing more than three thousand videos of concerts, operas, ballets, jazz programmes, classical archives, documentaries and masterclasses, all in HD.
The Metropolitan Opera, also known as the Met, is an American opera company based in New York City, resident at the Metropolitan Opera House at Lincoln Center. Met Opera on Demand is the online streaming service that allows users to watch and listen to more than six hundred Met performances over the internet.
YouTube page presenting concerts, recitals and masterclasses given at the Wigmore Hall in London, plus talks and interviews with distinguished musicians. The venue, originally called Bechstein Hall, is one of London's most important venues and specialises in performances of chamber music, early music, vocal music and song recitals.