Spiky-haired and flamboyant-shirted, Hazlewood is principal guest conductor of the BBC Concert Orchestra and a regular presenter of The Culture Show as well as on BBC Radio 3. Tries endearingly hard to conceal his public-school origins behind self-conscious cool, but knows his music and has gathered a fond following.
The new face of the Proms on BBC2. Like Hazlewood, she's a frequent contributor to Radio 3; she's also a producer, notably of last year's docudrama Tchaikovsky: The Creation of Greatness. She made her way from the back of the camera to the front three years ago and is much praised for her fresh, friendly approach.
The suave-voiced, personable presenter of Radio 3's Music Matters and In Tune, Trelawny is a broadcaster with a solid pedigree. He's fronted the Cardiff Singer of the World and the Leeds International Piano Competition broadcasts in the past, and this year will be lathering on the Cornish charm for a bunch of BBC4 Proms in August.
A former cellist with eclectic musical tastes, she's been presenting BBC Radio 3's Late Junction for five years and has scooped the Silver Sony Music Broadcaster Award. She often presents The Culture Show and as a former producer has been involved with a variety of programmes on Radio 3. If she lives up to her name, you will hear from her the truth, incisively told.
A twentysomething Cambridge graduate, and former academic and arts administrator, Mohr-Pietsch won a BBC talent competition to become a classical music presenter in Scotland in 2005. A lover of music ancient and modern, she sings, has studied African music in The Gambia and claims to play the viola da gamba "incredibly badly".
Not exactly a music regular, Anderson steps in to join Klein at the Last Night – presumably as a face that viewers of BBC1 might actually recognise.