With Penny Gore.
Delius A Song before Sunrise
LPO, conductor Vernon Handley
6.35 Bizet Jeux d '
Enfants Katia and Marielle Labeque (piano duet)
7.15 Saint-Saens Septet in E flat, Op 65 Nash Ensemble
7.45 Mozart String Quartet in D, K155 Hagen Quartet
8.00 Shostakovich Festive Overture
Royal Scottish National Orchestra, conductor Neeme Jarvi
8.45 Bach Concerto in D minor for two violins, BWV1060 Rachel Podger , Academy of Ancient Music, director Andrew Manze (violin)
With Donald Macleod.
Ballet: Luna Park RTE Sinfonietta, conductor Kenneth Alwyn
Trois Petites Marches Funebres
Peter Lawson (piano)
Caprice Péruvien RTE Sinfonietta, conductor David Lloyd-Jones
Trois Chansons Felicity Lott (soprano), Peter Lawson (piano)
Suite: The Triumph of Neptune (excerpts) LPO, conductor Thomas Beecham
Patrick Barlow. The actor, writer and founder of the National Theatre of Brent talks about his latest project - adapting a novel for a television film.
With Stephanie Hughes. Leoncavallo Prologue: /
Pagliacci Tito Gobbi (baritone), Royal Philharmonic , conductor Alberto Erede
10.14 Haydn Nocturne in C, H II 25
Marten Root (flute), Michael Niesemann (oboe), Mozzafiato, L'Archibudelli
10.26 Verdi A Tal Colpa E Nullo il Pianto.... 0 Dolcezze Perdute! 0 Memorie.... (Un
Ballo in Maschera) Maria Callas (soprano), Tito Gobbi (baritone), Orchestra of La Scala, Milan, conductor Antonino Votto
10.40 Chopin Three Nocturnes, Op 9 Maria Joao Pires (piano)
10.57 Haydn Symphony No 101 in D (The Clock) New York Philharmonic, conductor Leonard Bernstein
Shakespeare In Music
With Christopher Cook. 2: Lovers
Shakespeare defined the nature of love in many of its different forms, and his lovers have haunted music.
Wagenaar Overture: The Taming of the Shrew BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor Barry Wordsworth
Cole Porter I Hate Men; Were Thine That Special Fate (Kiss Me Kate) Lisa Milne (soprano), Christopher Maltman
(baritone), BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor Nicholas Kok
Flnzi Let Us Garlands Bring (Five
Christopher Maltman (baritone), BBC Scottish SO, conductor Martyn Brabbins
Berlioz Nuit Paisible et Serene (Beatrice et Benedict) Lisa Milne (soprano),
Sarah Connolly (mezzo), BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor Stephen Barlow
Tchaikovsky Fantasy Overture: Romeo and Juliet (original version)
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, conductor Jerzy Maksymiuk
Prokofiev Balcony Scene: Death of Juliet (Romeo and Juliet) BBC Philharmonic, conductor Van Pascal Tortelier
In the second concert in this week-long series from the Temple Church, London, Chris de Souza introduces Joglaresa in a programme of music and storytelling from the Crusades as seen by all sides involved
-from Richard the Lionheart to Usamah Ibn Munqidh.
This week featuring some of Stravinsky's orchestral music and Beethoven's symphonies.
Bridge Two Poems Conductor Lionel Friend Stravinsky Symphony in C
Ian Wilson Who's Afraid of Red, Yellow and Blue? Gerard McChrystal (alto sax), conductor John Lubbock Bridge Suite for strings
Conductor Nicholas Braithwaite Beethoven Symphony No 1 in C Conductor Howard Shelley
My Kind of Song Brian Sewell lain Burnside talks to the London Evening Standard's outspoken art critic
Brian Sewell about the songs and singers that have a particular significance and resonance for him. Producer Clive Portbury
With Sean Rafferty. Music includes at 5.05 Ives's Country Band March played by the New England Orchestra under
James Sinclair ; at 5.40 Mozart's Oboe Quartet in F, K370, performed by Nicholas Daniel (oboe), Peter Cropper (violin), Robin
Ireland (viola) and Bernard Gregor-Smith
(cello); and at 6.40 Milhaud's La Création du Monde played by the Montreal
Symphony Orchestra under Charles Dutoit.
Tommy Pearson introduces the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain in a concert from London's Barbican Hall in a programme of three early 20th-century masterworks from France and Russia. Barry Douglas (piano),
National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain, conductor Yan Pascal Tortelier
Ravel Valses Nobles et Sentimentales Prokofiev Piano Concerto No 3
8.20 Twenty Minutes: Anatomy of a Speech Two programmes in which writers and performers reflect on the power of Shakespeare's language. 1: Age cannot wither her, nor custom stale herinfmited variety. How does this great description of Cleopatra affect ourview of the queen?
8.40 Stravinsky Ballet: The Firebird
Richard Coles hears from Berlin, where Harrison Birtwistle 's opera The Last Supper is having its world premiere tonight. He also discusses Ant Noises-new work from the artists of the ground-breaking Sensation exhibition. Can the artists live up to the exhibition's reputation? And with a huge new leisure complex about to open at Birmingham's
Spaghetti Junction, Night Waves examines how the junction itself has become iconic.
Tonight's late-night music with Verity Sharp includes Psalms of David sung in Hebrew by Esther Lamandier , Andinaby bandoneon player Dino Saluzzi and Frank Corcoran 's electronic symphony Sweeney's Vision.
With Jonathan Swain. Barber Adagio for
Strings 12.10 Poulenc Figure Humaine
12.30 un Boulanger Nocturne 12.40 Ernst Mlelck Finnish Suite 1.00 La Colombina perform music for Holy Week, including works by Victoria, Manuel Cardoso and Juan Pujol.
2.00 Brahms Four Chorale Preludes, Op 122
2.15 Dvorak Symphony No 7 in D minor 2.50 Bloch Visions et Prophecies3.05 Hans Huber Cello Sonata No 4 in B flat, Op 1303.30 Bach Keyboard Concerto in E, BWV10533.50
Mozart Don Giovanni (excerpts) 4.20 Sibelius Pensees Lyriques 4.40 Grieg Two Elegiac Melodies, Op 34 4.50 Rossi Rimanti in Pace for five voices 5.00 Rosario Bourdon Elegiac Poem 5.05 Jakob Walther Sonata No 10
(Imitatione del Cuccu) 5.10 Pergolesi Violin Concerto in B flat 5.25 Beethoven Piano
Sonata in C minor, Op 13 (Pathetique)
5.45 Gluck Ballet Music (Paris e Helena)