Osma Vanska returns to the Proms with the BBC Symphony Orchestra for a concert in which elemental forces are at play. Thea Musgrave 's
Turbulent Landscapes was inspired by six dramatic paintings by Turner;
Rachmaninov's passionate First Piano Concerto is performed by Stephen Hough ; while the essence of life itself is the theme of Carl Nielsen 's Symphony No 4, The Inextinguishable. Radio 3 broadcasts live from 7pm. INTERACTIVE: digital viewers can access music notes via the red button
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