My long-list will definitely need to be whittled down.
- Prom 1 - Tchaikovsky, Elgar and Prokofiev
- Prom 7 - Fauré, Stravinsky and Poulenc
- Prom 14 - The Barber of Seville (aka We're off to Glyndebourne)
- Prom 18 - Mahler 3
- Prom 25 - Ginastera, Britten and Schubert 9
- Prom 31 - Prokofiev, Tchaikovsky and Stravinsky
- Prom 35 - Dvořák 7
- Prom 37 - Brahms 4
- Prom 43 - Wagner's brilliant moments, without the tedious half-hours
- Prom 45 - The Makropulos Affair
- Prom 47 - Haydn and Tchaikovsky 5
- Prom 50 - Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov and Prokofiev (warning: contains Stephen Hough)
- Prom 51 - São Paulo Symphony Orchestra and Marin Alsop, with Grieg's Piano Concerto, Villa-Lobos and Rachmaninov
- Prom 59 - Beethoven 7
- Prom 60 - Bach and Bruckner 9
- Prom 62 - Zemlinsky
- Prom 64 - Mahler 7 (Rattle/Berlin Phil)
- Prom 66 - Brahms and Dvořák (Rattle/Berlin Phil)
- Prom 70 - Bruckner 6
- Prom 71 - Bruckner 3
I'm not sure why there's a Bruckner theme this year; it's not a special anniversary.
Other things about the season I find interesting: it's good to see a range of venues. As well as the Albert Hall and the Cadogan Hall, there are concerts at Greenwich, the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, The Roundhouse (allergy advice: contains Harrison Birtwistle), and Peckham.
I might be interested in The "Strictly" Prom if I knew what was actually going to be played (say, Piazzolla), but I think there's enough in the season to give it a miss. Other things that are for one reason or another not quite my thing but may be useful to point out include Berlioz's Romeo and Juliet, Duke Bluebeard's Castle, Bach's B minor Mass, and The Dude - just too much Ravel in there for me, though I'm sure it will be a very popular concert.