Petroc Trelawny with music to start the day and news from the arts world. Music includes Sibelius's
Karelia Suite, played by the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Lorin Maazel at 6.05. After the 7.30 arts news Natalie
Dessay sings Saint-Saens's The Nightingale and the Rose with the Berlin SO conducted by Michael Schbnwandt ; and at 8.05 the Tallis
Scholars perform Spem In Alium by Thomas Tallis.
Peter Hobday concludes the week with another Sibelius symphony.
Delius On Hearing the First Cuckoo in Spring London Symphony
Orchestra, conductor Anthony Collins
9.08 Ravel Jeux d'Eau
Jean-Yves Thibaudet (piano)
9.15 Stenhammar Serenade
Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Stig Westerberg
9.53 Sibelius Symphony No 5 (original version)
Lahti SO, conductor Osmo Vanska
Joan Bakewell talks to Samuel
Ramey about his career on the concert platform and his love of American songs. Music includes songs by Copland and Gershwin and excerpts from Rossini's
Stabat Mater and Mozart's Don Giovanni.
Donald Macleod presents a week celebrating the contrasting careers of five 20th-century conductors.
Andre Previn. Andre Previn has worn many hats in his time: child prodigy, pianist, film composer, jazz musician, principal conductor of the London Symphony Orchestra and now a welcome guest conductor all over the world. This programme focuses on his relationship with the LSO and includes excerpts from Bernstein's Candide, Lerner and Loewe's My Fair Lady, William Walton 's Symphony No 1 and Samuel Barber 's Violin Concerto performed by Gil Shaham.
Chris de Souza brings the story to its end with the music from Strauss's final years.
Adelen Waltz, Op 424
Bratislava Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Alfred Eschwe
Marilyn Hill Smith (soprano). Johann Strauss Orchestra , conductor Jack Rothstein
Emperor Waltz, Op 437
Johann Strauss Orchestra of Vienna, conductor Willi Boskovsky Klug Gretelein
Marilyn Hill Smith (soprano), Johann Strauss Orchestra, conductor Jack Rothstein
Seid Umschlungen , Millionen! Op 443 Vienna Philharmonic, conductor Claudio Abbado
Repeated next Friday 12 midnight
From the Elmwood Hall,
LIVE Belfast. Paul Barritt (violin), Catherine Edwards (piano) Elgar Violin Sonata, Op 82
Walton Toccata (first broadcast of complete version)
Albert Sammons Bagatelle ; Reve d'Enfant; Dance Caprice; Petite Chanson
The Israel Philharmonic came into being as the state of Israel was founded in 1948. To mark their shared anniversary,
Sheena McDonald tells the story in two programmes of the orchestra's growth in tandem with the state, celebrating a half-century of music-making, triumphs and controversy.
Among the figures interviewed for the first programme are Zubin Mehta , Daniel Barenboim , Isaac Stern ,
Pinchas Zukerman and Noam Sheriff.
The programme includes many recordings which have been held in the music archive of the Israel
Broadcasting Authority for the past 50 years - historic recordings of the IPO conducted by Toscanini, Bernstein, Mehta, Paray,
Mitropoulos, Koussevitzky and Celibidache and a rare record of the music played at the declaration of the state of Israel.
Producer Martin Cotton
The Early Music Young Artists'
Showcase 98 is introduced by Chris de Souza. In the first concert from this year's event, the chamber ensemble La Serenissima perform sonatas by Vivaldi, including his variations on La Follia.
Repeated from yesterday 10pm
This week Tommy Pearson looks at the Eurovision Song Contest. Today he finds out from Cheryl Baker and Terry Wogan what it is like to perform in front of the whole of Europe.
Sean Rafferty 's guest today is the distinguished pianist
Stephen Kovacevich , particularly noted for his radical interpretations of the classics. At 6.40 Franck's Symphonic
Variations for Piano and Orchestra.
A concert given in the Royal Festival Hall last Sunday. Introduced by Fiona Talkington.
Joshua Bell (violin).
London Philharmonic, conductor Mark Wigglesworth Webern Passacaglia , Op 1
Brahms Violin Concerto in D
Shostakovich Symphony No 5
Five programmes in which film historian Ian Christie talks to leading figures in contemporary film-making. 5: Terry Gilliam , cartoonist turned film-maker who first came to prominence through his work on Monty Python 's Flying Circus. Repeat
Joshua Rifkin plays a selection of Scott Joplin 's piano rags.
Further concert highlights from last week's ISCM festival New Music 98, held in Manchester. This performance, given last month at the Royal Northern College of Music, includes three works first heard at past ISCM concerts, a recent work by Peter Maxwell Davies and Michael
Finnissy's African-inspired Ngano. Nancy Ruffer (flute),
Simon Limbrick , Julian Warburton
Kim Porter (alto),
Neil MacKenzie (tenor),
BBC Singers, conductor Simon Joly Messiaen Cinq Rechants Xenakis Nuits Szymanowski Five Kurpian Songs
Maxwell Davies // Rozzo Martello
Four programmes on jazz in France. 1: C'est Paris
Repeated from Saturday 6pm
Symphony No 3 in A minor (orch Glazunov); Prince Igor (excerpts) Repeated from last Friday
With Donald Macleod.
1.00 Aline Zylberajch (organ), Les Musiciens du Louvre, director Marc
Minkowski Handel Organ Concerto in B flat. Op 7 No 1; Concerto Grossos, Op 3: No 2 in B flat; No 3 in G
Bach Orchestral Suite No 3 in D,
2.05 Dohnanyl Serenade in C, Op 10 David Mata and Mariana Todorova
(violins), Jensen Horn-Sim Lam
(viola), Suzana Stefanovich (cello), Christopher Filler (double bass)
2.35 Laszlo Dubrovay Concerto No 4 Zoltan Kocsis (piano), the Composer (synthesizer), Hungarian Radio Orchestra/Adam Medvecky
3.00 Prokofiev Suite: Romeo and Juliet Finnish RSO, conducted by Jukka-Pekka Saraste
3.30 Schumann Arabesque in C. Op 18; Faschingsschwank aus Wien Angela Cheng (piano)
4.00 Beethoven String Quartet in F minor, Op 95 Helsinki Quartet
4.30 Bach, orch Webem Ricercata (The Musical Offering, BWV1079)
Saarbrucken RSO/Wolfgang Fortner
4.55 Purcell Four Dances from
"Abdelazer" Tafelmusik, conducted by Jeanne Lamon
5.05 Uszt Mephisto Waltz No 1 Janina Fialkowska (piano)
5.20 Tchaikovsky Suite: Swan Lake (excerpts) Slovenian RSO, conducted by Marko Munih
5.45 Daquin Rondeau : Maillard; Rondeau: La Melodieuse
Colin Tilney (harpsichord)
5.50 Dvorak Slavonic Dance in C, Op 46 No 1 James Anagnoson and Leslie Kinton (piano duet)
5.55 Falla Dance of the Game of Love (El Amor Brujo)
Jan-Erik Gustafsson (cello), Heini Karkkainen (piano)