Taking place in Royal Albert Hall, the venue hopes to host a full audience for the first time since the many surges of the pandemic.
Celebrating its 150th anniversary this year, highlights will include musicians like Nicola Benedetti, Karen Cargill, Steven Isserlis, Sir Simon Rattle, the whole Kanneh-Mason family, among many others.
Of the 52 concerts being held, the BBC Orchestra and Choirs will perform commissioned works, host international artists such as the Mahler Chamber Orchestra, present "mystery Proms" concerts, and celebrate Camille Saint-Saëns' 100th anniversary of his death.
"We are looking forward to welcoming live audiences back to the Royal Albert Hall in its 150th anniversary year, and to sharing six weeks of live music with audiences in the Hall and at home on BBC Radio 3 and on BBC TV," said BBC Proms Director, David Pickard. "I hope you will join us for a summer filled with music."
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