Was 2013 a vintage year for classical music? Catherine Bott casts her considered verdict over the year just gone.
So how will 2013 fare when it's looked back upon in future years?
For her final show of the year, Catherine Bott looks back on the past 12 months and asks: Will 2013 will be remembered as a vintage year for classical music?
Among the highlights are the extraordinary centenary production of Benjamin Britten's Peter Grimes on the beach at Aldeburgh, the outstanding young pianist honoured at the Gramophone Awards and the furore over computer game music storming the Classic FM Hall of Fame.
The world said farewell to the conductor Sir Colin Davis and the composer Sir John Tavener - and marked the bicentenaries of the births of Wagner and Verdi.
But which significant anniversaries for two composers passed most of us by?
Find out with Catherine this evening.