With Penny Gore.
Allegri Miserere Roy Goodman (solo treble), Choir of King's College,
Cambridge, director David Willcocks
6.45 Vaughan Williams Five Variants of "Dives and Lazarus. New Queen's Hall Orchestra, conductor Barry Wordsworth
7.00 Schubert Auf dem Strom, D943
Hans Peter Blochwitz (tenor), Marie Luise Neunecker(horn), Rudolf Jansen (piano)
7.45 Mozart Divertimento in F. K253
Wind Soloists of the Chamber Orchestra of Europe
8.00 Vivaldi Concerto in F minor, RV297 (Winter) (The Four Seasons) Trondheim
Soloists, director Anne-Sophie Mutter (violin)
8.40 Beethoven Fantasia for piano, chorus and orchestra, Op 80
Evgeny Kissin , RIAS Chorus, Berlin Philharmonic, conductor Claudio Abbado
With Donald Macleod. Though his dance music was universally popular, success in the opera house eluded Strauss until the magical combination of strong storyline and convincing libretto gave birth to his greatest triumph, Die Fledermaus.
Die Fledermaus (excerpts) Soloists, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, conductor Nikolaus Harnoncourt
Caryl Phillips traces the progress of his screenplay based on VS Naipaul's The Mystic Masseur.
With Peter Hobday.
Rameau Overture: Zoroastre
Les Talens Lyriques/Christophe Rousset
10.11 Debussy La Mer
Philharmonia Orchestra/Guido Cantelli
10.35 Elgar String Quartet in E minor Britten Quartet
11.04 Bruckner Te Deum
Joan Rodgers (soprano), Catherine Wyn -Rogers (contralto), Keith Lewis (tenor), Alastair Miles (bass), James O'Donnell
(organ), Corydon Singers and Orchestra, conductor Matthew Best
Bath Mozart Festival
In the third of this week's five programmes from this month's festival Graeme Kay visits some of Bath's historic buildings.
Music includes Mozart's Piano Quartet in G minor, K478, performed by the Nash
Ensemble; Mendelssohn's String Quartet in D, Op 44 No -1, played by the Vermeer Quartet; and some more Mozart songs from Joan Rodgers (soprano) and John Mark Ainsley (tenor) with Roger Vignoles (piano).
New Generations. Verity Sharp presents the last concert in the series featuring talented young artists. Today's recital features the fast-rising baritone
Christopher Maltman accompanied by pianist Graham Johnson.
Butterworth A Shropshire Lad
Somervell Song Cycle: A Shropshire Lad (excerpts)
Schumann Dichterliebe , Op 48
BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Berg Violin Concerto Raphael Oleg , conductor Mark Wigglesworth
Verdi Requiem Lynne Dawson (soprano), Susan Bickley (mezzo), Dennis O'Neill (tenor), John Tomlinson (bass),
City of Birmingham Symphony Chorus, conductor Mark Wigglesworth
From the Chapel of Magdalen College,
Oxford. Introit: How Beauteous Are Their
Feet (Stanford). Responses (Rose). Psalm 119, wl-32 (Jones, Ives,
Armstrong). First Lesson: Jeremiah 29, wl-14. Office Hymn: A Song of Humility (Ives). Canticles: Jackson in G. Second Lesson: Philippians 3, w7-21. Anthem:
And I Saw a New Heaven (Bainton). Hymn: Come, Labour On (Ora Labora). Organ Voluntary: Allegro Giocoso (Sonata in E flat) (Bairstow).
Informatorchoristarum Grayston Ives. Organ scholar Steven Grahl.
Sean Rafferty talks to conductor
Walter Weller on the eve of his 60th birthday. Plus a live session from the 1999 Gramophone Award-winning Florestan Trio. Music includes at 5.30 Vivaldi's Gloria performed by the Christ Church Cathedral Choir and the Academy of Ancient Music under Simon Preston ; at 6.00 Faure
Nocturne played by Kathryn Stott (piano); and at 6.40 Respighl's The Birds played by the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra.
The Royal Concert
From the Royal Albert Hall , London. A concert given in the presence of the Duke of Gloucester. Kathryn Stott (piano),
Maureen Braithwaite (soprano), Aled Hall (tenor), Ashley Holland (baritone), London Choral Society, London Philharmonic Choir, Goldsmith's Choral Union, New London Children's Choir, BBC Concert
Orchestra, conductor Barry Wordsworth Handel Coronation Anthem: Zadok the Priest, HWV258
Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No 2 in C minor
8.10 Twenty Minutes: From within These Walls Tim Marlow visits the north London studio of Paula Rego , the Portuguese-born painter who has been living in England since the seventies. Her large, beautiful and sometimes disturbing narrative paintings are created in a former industrial unit where she works surrounded by theatrical props, models and music. (R)
8.30 Carl Orff Carmina Burana
Philip Dodd talks to American novelist John Edgar Wideman , whose latest book, Two Cities, is both a love story and an exploration of racial tension. Plus the third of this week's series of features on the troubled history of Utopian communities.
Verity Sharp introduces the music of drone vocalist Sheila Chandra , jazz-influenced Bulgarian clarinettist Ivo Papasov and 15th-century German composer Oswald von Wolkenstein.
The first of two solo piano sets from the 1997 Cheltenham International Jazz
Festival by Jamaican-born pianist Monty Alexander , who also talks to Alyn Shipton.
With Susan Sharpe. 12.05am Mozart
Overture: Die Entfuhrungaus dem Serail
12.15 Liszt Piano Concerto No 2 in A
12.40 Pezel Four Intradas 12.50 Schubert Impromptu in B flat, D935 No 3
1.00 Bartok, reconstrTiborSerly Viola
Concerto Beethoven Symphony No 5 in C minorl.55 Janacek Surely This Is My
Mother's Room (Jenufa) 2.00 Smetana
Sonata Movement in E minor for two pianos
2.10 Mozart Symphony No 38 in D
(Prague) 2.3 Doppler Souvenir de Prague
2.50 Auber Overture: Fra Diavolo
3.00 5.00 Schools
3.00 Time and Tune 3.20 Together: an Assembly for School s 3.40 Dance
Workshop 4.00 EAL Playtime 4.20 Scottish Resources 10-12 4.40 Talking Points
5.00 Brahms Warum 1st das Licht, Op 74 5.05
Glinka Trio in D minor (Pathetique) 5.20
Nielsen Andante Lamentoso for strings 5.30 Ame Nordheim Lamentation No 3 5.35
Haydn Symphony No 31 in D (Hornsignal)