Discover superb documentaries on classical music is the world's best platform for streaming classical music. Among the 4000 films in our VOD catalog, the largest in the field of classical music, more than 1300 documentaries on classical music (and 1,500 classical music concerts) are available for streaming, wherever you want, whenever you want! Classical music is a rich and exciting art form, the production of which has always depended on many different aspects that form ideal subjects for documentaries...In fact, numerous elements can influence the process of creating a work: the artistic movement which a  composer "belongs" to, the historical context, the composer's living environment, their knowledge of an instrument, the fashion of the time, the evolution of technique, the composer's relationships with their contemporaries...There are so many factors that are important to focus on to properly understand a musical work! Thanks to our collection of documentaries on classical music (but also on jazz music!), you can immerse yourself in the history of all your favorite classical music works! Explore the lives of the greatest classical composers and legendary performers, the major trends of classical music, spectacular operas, thrilling ballets, and much more.

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On this page, you will find our online catalog of more than 1300 documentaries on classical music. A colossal number! Among these, we have the privilege of being able to offer you films created by immense directors, renowned legends in the world of classical music: Christopher Nupen (of whom we have a complete collection of documentaries), Bruno Monsaingeon (who was close to the famous pianist Glenn Gould), Reiner Moritz, and many others…What are you waiting for? Join us on to delve into this rich and unmissable catalog of classical music documentaries!

Musicmakers from our own documentary series on the great contemporary performers of classical music

How could we discuss our collection of documentaries on classical music without mentioning our own podcast series, Musicmakers? In each episode of this documentary series, James Jolly, editor-in-chief of Gramophone magazine, engages in conversation with prominent figures in contemporary classical music: you can hear an outstanding array of musical individuals sharing their thoughts on life and art, including  mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato (who also teaches amazing master classes), pianist Alexandre Kantorow, composer Kaija Saariaho, conductor Antonio Pappano, and even Martin Engstroem, founder of the Verbier Festival. Don’t miss this superb documentary series on classical music, exclusively on, the best platform for streaming classical music!