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BBC Proms 2004

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Live from the Royal Albert Hall , London. Presented by Penny Gore . In Finnish composer Kaija Saariaho 's new work, Orion is depicted as constellation, hunter and demigod, with eerie, icy effects highlighted against a serene backdrop. Plus Bartok's sinister one-act opera, in which the dark secrets of the Duke's past are exposed by his wife's curiosity.
Ildiko Komlosi (mezzo), John Tomlinson (bass), BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Jukka-Pekka Saraste
Kaija Saariaho Orion (first UK performance)
8.00 Twenty Minutes: The Star
By HG Wells . Astronomers discover a bright new star in the heavens rushing headlong towards the Earth on a collision course.
Patrick Stewart reads this classic short story from the father of science fiction.
8.20 Bartok Duke Bluebeard's Castle
Thisconcert is televised on BBC4, starting at 7.30pm

Contributors

Unknown: Royal Albert Hall
Presented By: Penny Gore
Unknown: Kaija Saariaho
Unknown: Ildiko Komlosi
Bass: John Tomlinson
Conductor: Jukka-Pekka Saraste
Conductor: Kaija Saariaho
Unknown: Hg Wells
Unknown: Patrick Stewart

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