The BBC Proms season is about to begin, as more than 3,000 musicians prepare to perform at 84 events across two months.
As well as the events taking place at the Royal Albert Hall, there will be Proms across the UK, so there are plenty of opportunities to attend an event.
Additionally, all concerts will be broadcast on BBC Radio 3 and streamed on BBC Sounds, so you won’t have to be in London to take part.
Find out below when the BBC Proms start, what’s on the schedule and how you can get tickets below.
BBC Proms 2022 dates
Music fans have a whole summer of events to look forward to. This year, the BBC Proms will begin on July 15 and will end on September 10.
BBC Proms schedule
The first night of the proms will feature Sakari Oramo conducting the BBC Symphony Orchestra Chorus in Verdi’s Requiem.
The last night of the proms will feature performances from Sheku Kanneh-Mason, Lise Davidsen and Dalia Stasevska.
Other highlights include Tchaikovsky’s Fourth and the Barber Violin Concerto, Ravel’s Piano Concerto and The Rite of Spring, Mozart Momentum, Ballets by Tchaikovsky and Prokofiev, and The Lark Ascending and Debussy’s La mer.
BBC Proms venues
Most events will take place at the Royal Albert Hall in London, but there will be proms across the UK.
Events will take place in Belfast, Gateshead, Bristol, Cardiff, Truro, Liverpool, Birmingham, Glasgow.
Unfortunately, Proms in the Park events will not happen this year.
How to book BBC Proms tickets and prices
Booking for BBC Proms opened on May 21 at am and the remaining Last Night of the Proms tickets will go on saleon July 15 at 9am. They are available to buy at royalalberthall.com.
Ticket prices for the BBC Proms range from £8.50 to £105–there are eight price bands and prices depend on the seat and the event. A booking fee of 2%, plus £2 per ticket up to £25, will apply to all bookings.
People under 18 can buy half-price tickets for all Proms except the Last Night of the Proms.
Prices will also vary for Proms events across the UK.