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BBC Proms 2008

Synopsis

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In Liverpool's year as European Capital of Culture, the city's orchestra celebrates its relationship with Russian conductor
Vasily Petrenko. He teams up with Liverpool composer Kenneth Hesketh , who has written a new work for this Prom. Presented live from the Royal Albert Hall in London by Martin Handley.
Paul Lewis (piano), Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Vasily Petrenko Kenneth Hesketh Graven Image
(BBC/RLPO co-commission, first performance) Beethoven Piano Concerto No 4 in G
8.55 Twenty Minutes: Faberge's Egg
An excerpt from Tony Faber 's book about Carl Faberge , jewellery designer to the Romanovs. Read by John Rowe.
9.15 Rachmaninov Symphonic Dances Rptd on Mon 4 August at 2pm

Contributors

Conductor: Vasily Petrenko.
Unknown: Kenneth Hesketh
Unknown: Albert Hall
Unknown: Martin Handley.
Piano: Paul Lewis
Conductor: Vasily Petrenko
Conductor: Kenneth Hesketh
Unknown: Tony Faber
Unknown: Carl Faberge
Read By: John Rowe.






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