With Penny Gore.
Delius String Quartet Britten Quartet
7.05 Torelli Concerto in D for two trumpets
St James 's Baroque Players, director Ivor Bolton
7.13 Nielsen Little Suite for strings BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Thomas Dausgaard
7.32 Scarlatti Sonata in A, Kk404
Mikhail Pletnev (piano)
8.05 Hovhaness Alleluia and Fugue for strings
I Fiamminghi, conductor Rudolf Werthen
8.32 Matteis Suite in C minor
Handel Coronation Anthem No 1:
Zadok the Priest
Choir of New College, Oxford, The
King's Consort, director Robert King
9.06 Kodaly Hungarian Rondo Orpheus CO
9.18 Chopin Piano Concerto No 1 in E minor
Maurizio Pollini (piano), Philharmonia, conductor Paul Kletzki
With Piers Burton-Page .
Anthony Collins Vanity Fair New London Orchestra, conductor Ronald Corp
10.05 Schumann Kreisleriana
Walter Klien (piano)
10.40 William Lawes Four Herrick settings
Catherine Bott (soprano), Richard Boothby (lyra viol)
10.47 Prom Artist of the Week:
Anne-Sophie Mutter (violin)
Mozart Violin Concerto No 3 in G,
Berlin Philharmonic, conductor Herbert von Karajan
11.15 Veldhuis Goldrush
11.29 Tischhauser The Beggar's Concerto
Thomas Friedli (clarinet),
Lausanne Chamber Orchestra, conductor Armin Jordan
11.55 Massenet Méditation (Thais) Anne-Sophie Mutter (violin), Berlin Philharmonic, conductor Herbert von Karajan
Musical Encounters returns on Thursday
With Jonathan Swain.
2: Aphorism and Atonality
And the close but complex relationship with his mentor, Schoenberg.
Four Pieces for clarinet and piano, Op 5
Sabine Meyer (clarinet), Oleg Maisenberg (piano) String Quartet, Op 3 Alban Berg Quartet
Adagio (arr from Chamber Concerto. 2nd mvt)
Gidon Kremer (violin), Sabine Meyer (clarinet), Oleg Maisenberg (piano) Repeated next Tuesday 11.30pm
Next programme tomorrow 10.00am
With Fiona Talkington.
1.00pm Ulster Orchestra
Conductor Nicholas Braithwaite , Hugh Tinney (piano)
Honegger Symphony No 2
Dvorak Piano Concerto in G minor
Sibelius Symphony No 5
Beethoven and His Contemporaries
Paul Hindmarsh introduces the third of four programmes given last May in the Crucible Theatre as part of the Sheffield Chamber Music Festival. The
Lindsays and friends perform two rarities: marches for piano duet by Beethoven and a string quartet by his friend (and pupil of Mozart) Johann Nepomuk
Hummel. Beethoven Three Marches, Op 45 Peter Hill and Benjamin Frith (piano duet)
Hummel String Quartet in G, Op 30 No 2 Lindsay Quartet
Repeated from yesterday 10.00pm See also Thursday 2.00pm
3.25 The BBC Orchestras
Conductor Vassily Sinaisky , Mayumi Fujikawa (violin), Timothy Hugh (cello),
Howard Shelley (piano)
Beethoven Triple Concerto in C Rachmaninov Symphony No 2 in E minor
Luke Cresswell meets more musicians who make their own instruments out of what they find around them. Today, international touring group Echo City.
Presenter Anthony Burton 's guest is Swiss pianist Andreas Haefliger , who performs at Thursday evening's Prom. Also including
Telemann Overture-Suite in G (Des Nations Anciens et Modernes) Collegium Musicum 90, director Simon Standage
6.03 Mozart, arr Wendt Die
Entfiihrung aus dem Serail (excerpts) Netherlands Wind Ensemble
6.25 Respighi Deita Silvane Ingrid Attrot (soprano), BBC Philharmonic, conductor Richard Hickox
6.40 Jonathan Dove Figures in the Garden
Members of the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, conducted by the Composer Producer Verity Sharp
Kurt Masur conducts the New York Philharmonic - of which he is now music director - at the Proms, in London's Royal Albert Hall , for the first time. Their triumphant partnership is displayed in two orchestral showpieces - Strauss's exuberant tone poem and Tchaikovsky's heartfelt symphony - and a lyrical American concerto, new to the Proms.
Thomas Stacy (cor anglais), New York Philharmonic, conductor Kurt Masur
Strauss Till Eulenspiegel
Ned Rorem Cor Anglais Concerto (first London performance)
8.15 America's Oldest Orchestra
... but what price its musical heritage?
The great names have all been attracted to the New York Philharmonic, but audience figures have been hard to predict. After years on the rollercoaster of New York's changeable affections, the orchestra is now at a high point of success. Natalie Wheen investigates the chemistry.
8.35 Tchaikovsky Symphony No 5 in E minor
Continuing the week-long reassessment of Keats. Tonight, Paul Bailey on Keats's letter to Benjamin Bailey of 22 November 1817.
Mass as it may have been celebrated in one of the clandestine "hidden churches" in the Netherlands in the 17th century.
Rufus Muller and John Potter (tenors), Richard Wistreich (bass), Chant Choir, director Stephen Cleobury
Verrijt Missa Concertata Octavi Toni ; Ah! Horrida Bella
"I have an habitual feeling of my real life having passed, and that I am leading a posthumous existence."
Born 200 years ago, Keats remains the archetypal romantic poet, with his brief flowering of greatness snuffed out by a tragic death. Each generation in the 175 years since he died has invented a different John Keats. How have they changed? What is ours? With commentary by Marilyn Butler , Andrew Bennett , Christina Gee ,
Andrew Motion and Nicholas Roe , and Anthony Hyde as Keats. Repeat
With Paul Guinery.
Overture: The Creatures of Prometheus
Piano Sonata in C minor, Op 13
Alfred Brendel (piano)
String Quartet in B flat, Op 18 No 6 Alban Berg Quartet
Repeated from last Tuesday
With Digby Fairweather.
Tonight, Steve Voce introduces a selection of new Duke Ellington CDs.
With Donald Macleod.
1.00 Beethoven Missa Solemnis in D Emiko Suga (soprano), Akemi Nishi (contralto), Hans-Peter Blochwitz
(tenor), Kaizo Takahashi (bass), Tokyo University Chorus, NHK Symphony
Orchestra, Tokyo/Herbert Blomstedt
2.30 Clemens Haustein (oboe), Jiri Houdek (trumpet), Zoltan Kovacs
(clarinet), Katalin Kramaricsova (flute), Prague Chamber Philharmonic/Tomas Hanus Mozart Oboe Concerto in C, K314 Haydn Trumpet Concerto in E flat, H Vile 1 Copland Clarinet Concerto lbert Flute Concerto
3.30 Soprano Cheryl Studer and pianist Jonathan Alder perform songs by Schubert and Wolf