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BBC Proms 2006: Preview Evening

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Stephanie Hughes and Rob Cowan look forward to another summer of world-class music-making as the 112th season of Henry Wood Promenade Concerts gets under way tomorrow night. Students from the Royal College of Music, who are appearing in this year's Proms
Composer Portraits, perform live in the studio, and Hughes and Cowan select their musical highlights of the season. Guests include the controller of the Proms, Nicholas Kenyon , who joins hot-foot from the First Night rehearsals at the Royal Albert Hall to answer listeners' questions, and composer Anthony Payne talks about his reconstruction of the sketches of Elgar's Pomp and Circumstance March No 6, which receives its premiere this season. Two Proms conductors, Robert King and Mark Elder, introduce the anniversaries of Mozart and Shostakovich, and some of the foreign orchestras send audio postcards as they prepare to travel to London. There's also a chance to win a DAB radio and a pair of weekend Arena passes in the special Preview Evening competition.
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Contributors

Unknown: Stephanie Hughes
Unknown: Rob Cowan
Unknown: Nicholas Kenyon
Unknown: Albert Hall
Talks: Anthony Payne
Conductors: Robert King
Conductors: Mark Elder

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BBC Proms 2006: Preview Evening

BBC Radio 3, 13 July 2006 19.30






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