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Ute Lemper, Steelworks play We're Still Here, Vasily Petrenko
Singer Ute Lemper, Welsh play We're Still Here, Russian conductor Vasily Petrenko.
Singer Ute Lemper performs live; a report on the National Theatre of Wales's play We're Still Here; Vasily Petrenko offers his top tips for conducting.
The German cabaret singer Ute Lemper joins Kirsty in the studio to perform from her Last Tango in Berlin series of songs, which features the music of Brecht, Weill, Piaf and Marlene Dietrich.
Kirsty visits Port Talbot where the National Theatre of Wales is staging a new play, We're Still Here, inspired by the threatened closure of the town's steelworks in 2015 and the hundreds of people who lost their jobs. Kirsty talks to the creators Rhiannon White and Evie Manning, and Sam Coombes, the steelworker who has taken a sabbatical to star in the production.
If you've ever wondered what it take to be a great conductor, Vasily Petrenko, winner of the Gramophone Artist of the Year 2017, gives his top tips of dos and don'ts.
Presenter Kirsty Lang
Producer Jerome Weatherald.
Artist Keith Tyson, dark comedy Prevenge, novelist John Boyne, Shostakovich Symphony No 12
Dark comedy Prevenge, novelist John Boyne, artist Keith Tyson, Shostakovich Symphony No 12
Alice Lowe in Prevenge; John Boyne's novel The Heart's Invisible Furies; Turner prize-winner Keith Tyson on his new exhibition; Vasily Petrenko on the Russian Revolution at 100.
In Prevenge, writer and director Alice Lowe stars as an expectant mother whose unborn child convinces her to commit murder. Meryl O'Rourke reviews this dark comedy which was filmed whilst Lowe was actually pregnant.
John Boyne is one of Ireland's bestselling novelists. His book The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas has sold six million copies worldwide. He talks to Samira about his latest novel, The Heart's Invisible Furies, the story of social developments in post-war Ireland told through the life of his main character, Cyril Avery.
The Turner-prize winning artist Keith Tyson talks about his latest exhibition at the Jerwood Gallery, Hastings, in which he explores the universe and our place in it. Featuring more than 360 studio wall drawings created over the last 20 years of his career, it aims to form a visual diary of Tyson's practice.
To mark centenary of the Russian Revolution - which saw the collapse of the Russian Empire and the rise of the Soviet Union - Front Row has asked figures from the Arts world to select the work inspired by the events of 1917 that they admire most. Tonight, conductor Vasily Petrenko selects Symphony No. 12, composed by Dmitri Shostakovich.
Plus, in the podcast edition of this programme, illustrator and storyteller Raymond Briggs who has been recognised with this year's BookTrust lifetime achievement award, speaking to John Wilson.
Presenter: Samira Ahmed
Producer: Jack Soper.
Vasily Petrenko, The Duke of Burgundy Reviewed, Gurinder Chadha, Lynda Benglis
Vasily Petrenko, a review of The Duke of Burgundy, Gurinder Chadha and Lynda Benglis.
Arts news, interviews and reviews. Kirsty Lang with conductor Vasily Petrenko, filmmaker Gurinder Chadha and artist Lynda Benglis. Briony Hansen reviews The Duke of Burgundy.
Kirsty Lang is joined by Chief Conductor of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra Vasily Petrenko to talk about its 175th anniversary concert, his hometown St Petersburg and getting high fives in West Everton.
Briony Hansen reviews The Duke of Burgundy, Peter Strickland's dark, erotic drama about the sadomasochistic relationship between two women; starring Chiara D'Anna and Sidse Babett Knudsen, best known for her role as the Danish Prime Minister in Borgen.
Ahead of The Front Row Debate "Does the state owe the artist a living?" filmmaker Gurinder Chadha reflects on her creative journey and the state support she's received.
Artist Lynda Benglis, "one of the most innovative living sculptors in the United States", discusses her fascination with materials and taking a photograph that led to storm in the American art world.
Producer: Dixi Stewart.
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