BBC Proms 2012: Picks: Skelton and Müller-Schott

26/06/2012 15:00 BST | Updated 25/08/2012 10:12 BST

The BBC Proms are around the corner and so here are a few more picks from the ones you'll get to hear during this year's Proms season.

Stuart Skelton

Tenor. Singing the title role in Britten's Peter Grimes. Prom 55 conducted by Edward Gardner on 24th August.

Prom 1, Saturday 13 July: First Night of the Proms

Some of my most beloved colleagues all in the same concert.

Live on BBC Radio 3 and BBC2 on 13 July

Prom 5, Friday 17 July

Delicious repertoire. Sibelius and Strauss on the same programme.

Live on BBC Radio 3 on 17 July and on BBC4 on 19 July

PCM 8, Monday 3 September

Pierre-Laurent Aimard plays Debussy. A definite do not miss.

Live on BBC Radio 3 on 3 September

Prom 25, Wednesday 1 August

David Robertson and Sarah Connolly. That. Is. All.

Live on BBC Radio 3 on 1 August

Prom 27, Friday 3 August

Donald Runnicles with Bruckner and Wagner. Sublime music, conducted sublimely.

Live on BBC Radio 3 and BBC4 on 3 August

Daniel Müller-Schott

Cellist. Performs Shostakovich's Cello Concerto with the BBC Symphony Orchestra on the 28th July, Prom 19.

Prom 35, Thursday 9 August

Sibelius Symphonies No. 3 and 6 with John Storgards and the BBC Philharmonic in combination with Grieg Piano Concerto/Steven Osborne. I have worked with John and he is a wonderful musician and greatly passionate advocat for Northern composers!

Live on BBC Radio 3

Prom 45, Wednesday 15 August

Sao Paolo Symphony Orchestra/Marin Alsop. They are a wonderful group of musicians, I have worked with them too and will play Britten there in 2013. Together with Marina Alsop playing Dvorak New World Symphony that should be a highlight!

Live on BBC Radio 3 and on BBC 2 on 18 August

Prom 63, Thursday 30 August

Berliner Philharmoniker/Simon Rattle. This fantastic German Orchestra playing Wagner Lohengrin and Ravel Daphnis and Chloe with the many sound colours is a must to go.

Live on BBC Radio 3

Prom 51, Tuesday 21 August

CBSO/Andris Nelsons playing Shostakovich 7th Symphony. For me this piece is one of the milestones in music history and I love the work of Andris Nelsons. So that would be another highlight to experience something unforgettable.

Live on BBC Radio 3

Prom 71, Tuesday 4 September

St. Louis Symphony/Tetzlaff/Robertson I absolutly can't hear enough interpretations of Beethoven's Violin Concerto and hearing it at Royal Albert Hall with Christian Tetzlaff would be another concert not to miss.

Live on BBC Radio 3