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BBC Proms

Synopsis

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Tonight's Prom marks anniversaries of two popular nationalist composers - Grieg and Tchaikovsky - but begins with Stravinsky's scintillating ballet-score Petrushka, in the original 1911 version.
During the interval, there is a visit to Bergen to sample some of the novel way s in which
Norway is celebrating Grieg's life and work.
Part 2 comprises four songs by Grieg and the concert ends with Tchaikovsky's Suite No 3.
The BBC Symphony Orchestra is conducted by Alexander Lazarev , and the soloist in the Grieg songs is the Finnish soprano, Karita Mattila , winner of the 1983 Cardiff Singer of the World Competition. "They represent the typical Grieg style, very romantic, very melodic, with lovely phrasing - a treat for a singer," she says. "They are quite intimate pieces, reflective rather than bravura. I love them and I'm very proud to sing them at the Proms." James Naughtie introduces the concert.
Directors Rodney Greenberg and Francesca Kemp
SIMULTANEOUS BROADCAST with Radio 3

Contributors

Conducted By: Alexander Lazarev
Soprano: Karita Mattila
Introduces: James Naughtie
Directors: Rodney Greenberg
Directors: Francesca Kemp






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