If you had to choose the ten greatest moments in the orchestral repertoire, what would they be? The Lark Ascending? A Rossini Overture? Romeo and Juliet's relations? Barber's Adagio? Anything by Mahler? A theme from Beethoven's 3rd, 5th, 7th or 9th symphonies?

The possibilities are as endless as they are enticing. 

Pit your wits against our conductor and see if you agree.

Prepare to be delighted, bewildered, infuriated and above all entertainingly informed as presenter/conductor Philip Norman guides you through what he suggests are the 10  greatest moments in orchestral music.