Leonard Pearcey introduces this year's three finalists, chosen in lastSunday'sjudging, who are accompanied by the BBC Concert
Orchestra. The winner is presented with a trophy by BBC chairman Sir Christopher Bland. Producer Roy Oakshott
Vienna, City of Dreams A series of gala concerts from concert halls throughout the UK. In tonight's programme from the Waterfront
Hall, Belfast, Johannes Wildner conducts the BBC Concert Orchestra in a selection of Viennese classics, including music by the Strauss family, Lehar, Suppe, Robert Soltz and Mozart. With guest singers Milena Rudiferia and Sebastian Reinthaller from the Vienna
Volksoper. Presented bySeanRafferty.
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