This week’s Classic FM radio highlights – including featured albums this week
22 January 2024, 10:29 | Updated: 26 February 2024, 09:16
The best programmes and music we’ve got coming up on Classic FM this week, beginning 26 February.
As we enter the final stretch of February, look forward to brighter days ahead with the help of Classic FM Breakfast – the perfect aid to the last dreary mornings of winter. Start your day off right with Dan Walker, to carry you through the day with a spring in your step.
Plus, don’t forget to vote for your three ultimate pieces of music in the Classic FM Hall of Fame for the chance to win one of 10 Amazon Echo Dots. Can’t decide what to vote for? Join us every day at 9am for The Classic FM Hall of Fame Hour – 60 minutes of nonstop hits to inspire your selection. Voting ends on 15 March.
And if there’s a piece of music you’d love to hear this week, remember you can always ask for it on Classic FM Requests with Anne-Marie : from 1-2pm. Get in touch here, text 61812, or ask your Alexa to ‘send a request to Classic FM’.
Manchester City footballer Nathan Aké on piano playing
Classic FM’s Album of the Week
Beethoven: The Complete Symphonies – National Symphony Orchestra
Every weekday with Alexander Armstrong, 11.15am
Join Alexander Armstrong every weekday after 11am to hear the exciting release from the National Symphony Orchestra, performing all of Beethoven’s symphonies, under the baton of Gianandrea Noseda. This album marks the culmination of a multi-year project to take listeners along a journey to discovering Beethoven’s brilliance.
Classic FM’s Discovery of the Week
La Muse Oubliée II – Antonio Oyarzábal (IBS)
Every weekday with Margherita Taylor, 6.15pm
Margherita Taylor’s Discovery of the Week is the second part of pianist Antonio Oyarzábal’s ongoing exploration of music written by female composers. Most of the 18 composers on the album are still largely unknown, and Oyarzábal expertly delivers ‘justice to this repertoire and its authors’ through the exhilarating performance of their music.