5.20 Cesti Sciolta il Crin (Orontea)
5.30 Geminiani Concerto Grosso in G minor
5.40 Istvan Vantus Concerto Grosso
With Tommy Pearson.
6.20 Schumann Marchenbilder , Op 113 Lars Anders Tomter (viola), LeifOveAndsnes (piano)
6.50 Bach, orch Elgar Fantasia and Fugue in C minor, BWV537 BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conductor Tadaaki Otaka
7.00 A Scarlatti Ferma Omai
Brian Asawa (countertenor). Arcadian
Academy, conductor Nicholas McGegan
7.20 Leo Weiner Serenade in F minor, Op 3 Budapest Festival Orchestra, conductor Georg Solti
8.00 Verdi Overture: La Forza del Destino
Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Claudio Abbado
8.50 Scott Joplin Solace (A Mexican Serenade) Itzhak Perlman (violin), Andre Previn (piano)
With Donald Macleod. Berlioz described his first visit to the theatre to see
Shakespeare as the most important artistic discovery of his life. Donald Macleod examines the influences of literature in the composer's work.
Le Roi de Thule (Eight Scenes from Faust) Frangoise Pollet (soprano), Cord Garben (piano) Elegie(lrlande,0p2)
Thomas Hampson (baritone), Geoffrey Parsons (piano)
La Fuite en Egypte (L 'Enfance du Christ, Op 25) La Chapelle Royale , Collegium
Vocale, Orchestre des Champs-Elysees, conductor Philippe Herreweghe Sara la Baigneuse
Frangoise Pollet (soprano), Anne Sofie von Otter(mezzo), Cord Garben (piano) Romeo et Juliette (Finale)
Gilles Cachemaille (bass-baritone), Monteverdi Choir , Orchestre Révolutionnaire et
Romantique, conductor John Eliot Gardiner
Antony Gormley. The sculptor continues work on his new multi-figure piece.
With Stephanie Hughes.
Elgar Harmony Music No 1 Athena Ensemble
10.10 Schumann Symphonic Studies, Op 13 GyorgyCziffra (piano)
10.43 Wagner Prelude, Act 3: Die Meistersinger
London Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Adrian Boult
10.51 Dvorak Symphony No 8 in G Czech PO, conductor Vaclav Talich
Humphrey Burton talks to Yo-Yo Ma about his life and music and plays some of his recordings from the BBC archives. 4: Twentieth Century
Bach Cello Suite in C minor, BWV1011
Messiaen Louange a I 'Eternite de Jesus (Quartet for the End of Time) With Kathryn Stott (piano)
Wilde The Cello of Sarajevo
Britten Cello Symphony, Op 68
With the ECO, conductor Jeffrey Tate
Susan Sharpe introduces a chamber music recital first heard at the Proms in 1997. Robert Cohen (cello), Endellion Quartet
Schubert String Quintet in C, 0956 (R)
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra Lutoslawski Symphony No 3 Conductor Jerzy Maksymiuk Ravel Piano Concerto in G
Steven Osborne (piano), conductor Jerzy Maksymiuk
Tchaikovsky Symphony No 5 in E minor Conductor Horia Andreescu
Cellist Ralph Kirshbaum introduces the first of four programmes looking at the solo repertoire of the cello. Today's programme looks at music from the 18th century and features performances by Pablo Casals , Pierre Fournier , Paul Tortelier ,
Leonard Rose , Anner Bylsma and Steven Isserlis. Producer Chris Wines
With Sean Rafferty. Music includes at
5.40 Berkeley's Serenade for Strings,
Op 12, played by the Academy of St Martin in the Fields directed by Kenneth Sillito ; at
6.00 Strauss's Overture: Die Fledermaus performed by the Berlin Philharmonic under Nikolaus Harnoncourt ; and at
6.30 Vivaldi's Flute Concerto in F, Op 10 No 1 (La Tempesta di Mare), played by Patrick Gallois and the Orpheus CO.
Towards the Millennium
Chris de Souza introduces the first of three concerts which mark the end of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra's
Towards the Millennium series. Every year since 1991 the CBSO has moved through the 20th century decade by decade performing significant works in a celebration of the last 100 years. These three final concerts combine works composed in the last ten years with new works commissioned to mark the millennium. John Scofield (guitar),
Martin Robertson (saxophone), Peter Erskine (drums),
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, conductor Simon Rattle
Magnus Lindberg Gran Duo (first performance)
7.55 Twenty Minutes: Book of the Month Steve Connor explores Daniel Pick 's new book Svengali's Web, which explores the 19th-century fear of the irrational and its legacy in our own time.
8.15 Mark-Anthony Turnage Blood on the Floor
Patrick Wright considers the role of the writer and critic John Ruskin in shaping modern taste, as the exhibition Ruskin, Turner and the Pre-Raphaelites opens at the Tate in London. Plus a converstion with Paul Theroux , who discusses his new book Fresh-Air Fiend, and the fourth of this week's series on international fiction.
Fiona Talkington introduces music from the Faroes and from 17th-century France.
Campbell Burnap joins Alyn Shipton to review new and recently reissued jazz CDs.
With Susan Sharpe.
12.05am Lalo TwoAubades
12.15 Sibelius Masonic Ritual Music
12.35 JC Bach Quintet in D for flute, two violins, cello and harpsichord
12.50 Palestrina Motet: Ad Te Levavi Oculos Meos
1.00 Charles Dutoit conducts the NHK
Symphony Orchestra in a concert given in Tokyo in 1998. With Timothy Hutchins (flute). Ravel Rapsodie Espagnole
Lowell Liebermann Flute Concerto, Op 39 Sibelius Symphony No 2
2.30 Paganini Sonata Concertata in A for violin and guitar
3.00 Music Workshop 3.20 Let's Move!
3.40 Words Alive 3.55 First Steps in Drama 4.10 Listen and Write
4.30 Counting Time 4.40 Check It Out