Rightyho, prospectus duly plundered. What follows is just a taste of the interesting (or just really attractive) dates that didn't make the national press yesterday.
15 July: Buskaid and the Soweto String Ensemble meet John Eliot Gardiner and the English Baroque Soloists. Intriguing.
18 July: Kurt Masur celebrates turning 80 by joining together his two orchestras, the Orchestre National de France and our own London Philharmonic.
21 July: A short but lovely French Prom featuring Steven Isserlis in Saint-Saens's Cello Concerto No.2, and also Faure's Cantique de Jean Racine. Thierry Fischer conducts.
23 July lunchtime: recital by seriously hot fiddler James Ehnes and pianist Eduard Laurel.
29 July: Les Musiciens du Louvre-Grenoble/Mark Minkowski with Anne Sofie von Otter; programme includes Berlioz Les nuits de'ete.
30 July: Yefim Bronfman plays Esa-Pekka Salonen's Piano Concerto, with composer conducting.
3 August: Semyon Bychkov conducts Rachmaninov Symphony No.2 with BBCSO.
6 August: Renee Fleming evening, with Korngold arias from Die Kathrin and Das Wunder der Heliane among the goodies.
12 August: Gotterdammerung conducted by Donald Runnicles, Christine Brewer as Brunnhilde.
25 August: Bernard Haitink and the Concertgebouw in Wagner and Debussy.
4 September: Barenboim and the Vienna Phil go Austro-Hungaromanian.
8 September: Last Night stars Anna Netrebko, Andrew Kennedy and Josh Bell. OMG, please tell me Netrebko isn't going to sing 'Rule, Britannia'?!
PS - huge thanks to Alex Ross for picking up on the Tasmin busking story and noticing what the crux of the matter really was...