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Sunday Live


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Stephanie Hughes presents the best of recent concerts around Europe. Her guest today isjournalist Jon Snow. Music includes a Korngold concerto, choral music by Brahms and highlights from
Tchaikovsky's opera Eugene Onegin from the Mariinsky Theatre, St Petersburg, conducted by Valeri Gergiev and starring Dmitri Hvorostovsky in the title role.
Other music in the programme includes:
Durufle Four Motets on Gregorian Themes Radio France Chorus, conductor Marcus Creed
9.35 Haydn Symphony No 44 in C minor (Trauer) II Giardino Armonico , conductor Giovanni Antonini
10.35 Ravel Violin Sonata
Mirjam Tschopp , Brigitte Meyer (piano)
11.35 Kodaly Psalmus Hungaricus
Hungarian Radio Chorus, Danish Radio Sinfonietta, conductor Adam Fischer Email your comments to: sunday.live@bbc.co.uk


Unknown: Stephanie Hughes
Unknown: Jon Snow.
Unknown: Eugene Onegin
Conducted By: Valeri Gergiev
Unknown: Dmitri Hvorostovsky
Conductor: Giardino Armonico
Conductor: Giovanni Antonini
Unknown: Mirjam Tschopp
Piano: Brigitte Meyer
Conductor: Adam Fischer

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