Orchestral Music

Mozart's Requiem

The London Philharmonic Orchestra

 Once again, terror and compassion combined with precision.

/ The Guardian
Orchestral Music

Exiles and Dreamers

London Philharmonic Orchestra

Edward Gardner conducts music drenched in longing, in hope, and (like Tchaikovsky’s impassioned Overture) in the boundless horizons of the human heart.

Orchestral Music

Mahler's Fifth Symphony

London Symphony Orchestra

{Michael Tilson Thomas] knows exactly how to get what he wants, with deft flicks of the baton and gestures that are economical and meaningful.

/ Bachtrack
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Watch Amazing Orchestras from Around The World

No one does epic like an Orchestra. If you’re a classical music fanatic, looking for some study music, or simply curious about the world of orchestras and classical music, you’ve come to the right place.

Our partnerships with world-class orchestras like The London Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra in The Age of Enlightenment, and The London Symphony Orchestra, plus our expertly curated picks from L’Orchestre Métropolitain of Montreal, and the City of Birmingham Orchestra, makes Marquee TV the place to be for orchestral music.

New to orchestral music? You can’t go wrong with classical composers like Mozart and Beethoven. Watch The Orchestre Métropolitain, and its Grammy Winning conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin, play Beethoven’s 6th Symphony on a scenic rooftop. Need to do some serious studying? Listen to Pianist Boris Giltburg play all 32 of Beethoven’s piano sonatas.

Turn up the intensity with Mozart’s Requiem played by the London Philharmonic Orchestra, or watch them play Mozart’s Violin Concertos 1-5 with world-renowned Violinist Julia Fischer.

Want more violin music? Watch Benjamin Beilman play Saint-Saëns’ Third Violin Concerto, a fiery and dramatic piece that will make you feel you’re the main character. If you loved watching Disney’s Fantasia as a kid ( or an adult, we don’t judge), you need to watch the London Symphony Orchestra play Stravinsky’s Firebird, Petrushka, and The Rite of Spring conducted by Sir Simon Rattle.

Want to feel empowered and inspired? Watch the London Philharmonic Orchestra play Antonín Dvořák’s Symphony No. 9 conducted by the loveable and passionate Enrique Mazzola. Also called The New World Symphony, this piece will take you on an epic journey. It was inspired by Dvořák’s own emotional and spiritual journey brought on by his visit to the U.S in the 1890s.

There are so many incredible orchestral pieces to discover. Explore our site and find your favorite.


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