Every week Classic FM brings you the best new albums, including world exclusives.
Drive Featured Album, starting Monday 5 October 2015 after 6pm.
Classic FM Album of the Week, starting Monday 10 August 2015 after 10am
Classic FM Album of the Week, 30 March 2015, after 10am
Classic FM Drive Featured Album, 29 December 2014 - 2 January 2015.
Aled Jones's Album of the Week, 25 August 2014
The French pianist gives unique interpretations of Brahms' famous concertos. Album of the Weekend, 19-20 October 2013.
An intriguing exploration of the relationship between Brahms and Clara Schumann. Classic FM Drive Featured Album, 7 October 2013.
One of the world's great conductors Riccardo Chailly turns his attention to Brahms' symphonies. John Suchet's Album of the Week, 7 October 2013.
The Gould Trio accentuate Brahms' tender moments in his Piano Trios Nos 1 & 2 on a performance that's honest and touching
Renaud Capuçon and Nicholas Angelich give a reflective and intimate performance of Brahms' violin sonatas with added French flair
The great conductor Leopold Stokowski leds some of the world's greatest orchestras through some of the greatest works ever written
Bernard Haitink leds the London Symphony Orchestra to a sweeping, passionate performance of Brahms' Symphony No.4
Leonard Bernstein's 1953 American Decca Recordings see the master on top of his conducting game, adding his distinctive style to the old guard
The great composers take the stage in this Classic FM's Hall of Fame compilation
Accentus follows Equilbey in what is a glorious performance of Brahms' requiem
Renaud and Gautier Capuçon perform Brahms's piano trios alongside pianist Nicolas Angelich
There’s no arguing with the lustrous weight and focus of the LSO’s playing, nor with the unflashy integrity of Haitink’s direction
The Danish National Choir and Symphony Orchestra join forces in a Brahms choral extravaganza
Brahms' clarinet masterpieces shake off the nostalgia and sound lively and fresh in the hands of a talented trio
François-Frédéric Guy shines alongside Berglund and the LPO in a live performance of Brahms' Piano Concerto No. 2
There's much to savour here thanks to some very fine performances.
The Berlin Philharmonic's celebrated their 120th anniversary with a concert featuring some of the world's finest pieces
An intimate encounter with Brahms.
Iris Vermillion, Juliane Banse and Andreas Schmidt with Helmut Deutsch record a spirited collection of Brahms’s late songs
Talented Dejan Lazić's transformation of Brahms' Third Concerto into a piano piece is just one of the highlights on this disc
Robin Ticciati and Alice Coote bring out the darkness and consolation in Brahms' Music for Voice and Orchestra
Far from drowning Brahms' pieces, Murray Perahia's considerable talents reveal the composer's own ideas writes Jane Jones
A clear, velvety performance of Brahms and Korngold Violin Concertos is heightened by Vienna Musikverein’s great Golden Hall
Vadim Repin’s interpretation of Brahms’s Violin Concerto is so full of vitality that it will have you jumping for joy
An amazing recording where the venue is as much a star as the music and the people playing it.
Rachel Roberts has found the ideal partner in Lars Vogt and together they perfectly capture works by Brahms and Schumann
Arabella Steinbacher and Robert Kulek perform Brahms witha rare delicacy of touch.
Robin Ticciati leads the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra through Brahms's early orchestral music with too controlling a hand
Paavo Järvi leads a warm, reassuringly old fashioned performance of Brahms' tricky 'German Requiem'.
Young soloist makes Brahms' Violin Concerto her own while the VSO give a vigorous performance of Schumann's No. 4
The Dohnányi-lead Philharmonia could pick up the pace but they bring grace and poise to two of Brahms pieces
Brahms and Elgar find themselves together on a single volume by Adrian Boult.