It does look like there's an awful lot of opera.
- The Art of Fugue - might be worth pre-booking at the Cadogan Hall
- Mahler 7 - I think it's the only Mahler symphony I haven't seen live; Gianandrea Noseda is a passionate conductor
- Nixon in China - I enjoyed seeing this from the balcony at ENO, it would be fun to be a bit closer this time!
- Strauss and Sibelius
- Prokofiev 6 (along with Rachmaninov's Piano Concerto No. 2)
- Beethoven 5 and 6 - the Beethoven cycle is an interesting idea, though I'm not especially thrilled by interweaving all of the concerts with Boulez
- Beethoven 7 and 8 - followed by a Late-Night Prom with the Kronos Quartet, including "a BBC commission inspired by the work of Delia Derbyshire"
- Bach's B Minor Mass
- Bruckner 8
- São Paulo Symphony Orchestra and Marin Alsop
- G&S - The Yeomen of the Guard
- Britten's Peter Grimes
- Bach Organ Music - followed by Mendelssohn
- Bach Organ Music (II)
- Bernard Haitink, Haydn and Richard Strauss
- The Fantasia on British Sea Songs returns in the Last Night of the Proms
Interesting, but not for me: