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BBC Proms 2000

on BBC Radio 3

Live from the Royal Albert Hall, London.
Few operas hit harder and few have still so much musical power as Brecht and Weill's 1930 fable of a hedonistic society rushing headlong towards destruction - unable to control the issues of power and greed, wealth and corruption. Sometimes austere and often exhilarating, Mahagonny has lost none of its bite in a new century.

BBC Singers, BBC Philharmonic, conductor HK Gruber, director Stefan Janski

Weill The Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny: Act 1

8.30 Twenty Minutes: Performing Art
The last in a series of postcards from the Victoria and Albert Museum exploring the shared worlds of art and music. Christopher Cook talks to David Crowley about a 1923 plate designed by Samokhvalov and made at the State Porcelain Factory in Leningrad.

8.50 Acts 2 and 3

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BBC Singers
BBC Philharmonic Orchestra
H.K. Gruber
Stefan Janski
Jim Mahoney:
Gabriel Sade (tenor)
Trinity Moses:
Frederick Burchinal (baritone)
Reinhild Runkel (mezzo)
Marie McLaughlin (soprano)
Robert Woerle (tenor)
Jakob Schmidt:
Nils Olsson (tenor)
Tobby Higgins:
Nils Olsson (tenor)
Kay Stiefermann (baritone)
Markus Marquardt (bass)
Presenter (Twenty Minutes):
Christopher Cook
Guest (Twenty Minutes):
David Crowley

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