The biggest celebration of the nation's favourite classical music - did your vote shake up the top 300?
The Classic FM Hall Of Fame
Presenters' favourite classical pieces
Musicians' favourite classical pieces
Which pieces got your votes previously?
Hall of Fame 2012
You voted in your thousands, and now the ultimate chart of classical works has been revealed! From symphonies to sonatas, concertos to choral works, it's all here in this definitive guide to the nation's 300 best-loved classical pieces in 2012.
Hall of Fame 2011
Browse the top 300 classical works chosen in the 2011 Classic FM Hall of Fame.
Hall of Fame 2010
We reveal the top 300 classical music pieces, as voted by you in 2010.
Hall of Fame 2009
2009 included a number of surprises, but where did your favourite end up in our annual chart?
Hall of Fame 2008
You votes in your thousands, but which classical music piece made it to number one in 2008?
The Ultimate Hall of Fame
Classic FM's Hall Of Fame has been counting down your favourite classical pieces since 1996. Now, we've combined and calculated the various chart positions throughout the years to present Ultimate Hall Of Fame with NS&I.
Every January, we ask the world to send us their three top classical music pieces. Once voting closes, we count and collate the votes, and broadcast the top 300 across the long Easter weekend.
Mozart, Rachmaninov and Vaughan Williams have been among the composers who've topped the poll in recent years, with Beethoven being the composer with the the most entries. The chart covers all facets and genres of classical music, including orchestral, piano works, opera and ballet music.
Either as a place to discover the greatest classical music, or a place to see the fluctuating trends in classical music tastes, The Classic FM Hall Of Fame is the must-see annual chart of the world's greatest music.
The Hall of Fame Hour
From 9am, John Suchet plays nothing but the biggest hits, with all his music taken from the annual Top 300 chart voted for by people like you.
The Classic FM Hall of Fame hardback book features the world’s greatest classical pieces of all time, as voted by you!
Noble gases and metallic elements? Not for us. We’ve turned the periodic table into a celebration of the world’s greatest music.