With Penny Gore.
Mozart Piano Trio in B flat, K502 Vienna Piano Trio
6.30 Vivaldi Flute Concerto in G, Op 10 No 6 Patrick Gallois , Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
7.00 Boyce Overture No 4 in D
Cantilena, director Adrian Shepherd
7.25 Schubert Impromptu in C minor, D899Nol Murray Perahia (piano)
8.00 Dvorak Slavonic Dance in E minor, Op 72 No 2 Cleveland Orchestra, conductor Christoph von Dohnanyi
8.50 Walton Fanfare (Memorial for Sir
John Wood ); Coronation March: Orb and Sceptre Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor David Willcocks
This week Donald Macleod explores works by Ralph Vaughan Williams that were inspired by literature.
2: AE Housman andRL
Stevenson Vaughan Williams responded to A
Shropshire Lad with some of the most poignant Housman settings ever written. On Wenlock Edge
Ian Partridge (tenor), Music Group of London Along the Field (excerpt)
Ruth Golden (soprano), Nancy Bean (violin) Songs of Travel Bryn Terfel (baritone), Malcolm Martineau (piano)
Juliet Stevenson describes how a role develops from first reading and beyond the first night into the actual run.
With Stephanie Hughes.
Beethoven Romance in G, Op 40 David Oistrakh (violin), Moscow Philharmonic, conductor Gennadi Rozhdestvensky
10.14 Handel Italian Cantata: Alpestre Monte , HWV81 Emma Kirkby (soprano), Academy of Ancient Music, director Christopher Hogwood
10.25 Castelnuovo-Tedesco Guitar
Concerto No 1 in D Andres Segovia , New London Orchestra, conductor Alec Sherman
10.45 Handel Italian Cantata:
Nell'Africane Selve, HWV135a David Thomas (bass), Academy of Ancient Music, director Christopher Hogwood
Chris de Souza presents the second of five morning visits to this year's Aldeburgh
Festival. Today's concert, which features the first performance of a new work by Robert Saxton , is given by cellist Steven Isserlis and pianist Stephen Hough.
Bach Cello Suite No 2 in D minor, BWV1008 Britten Tema -
Sacher Saxton Sonata on a Theme by William Walton (first performance)
11.40 Interval Samuel West reads from
Nicholas Crane 's book Two Degrees West, which charts his eventful walk along England's meridian.
2: Boggle Hole to Bowes (R)
12.00 Faure Elegie , Op 24; Papillon, Op77; Romance in A, Op 69
Franck Cello Sonata in A
See also this evening 7.30pm
A recital given in 1995 by the Rorestan Piano Trio.
Haydn Piano Trio in C, HXV27
Dvorak Piano Trio No 3 in F minor, Op 65 (R)
BBC Symphony Orchestra
Schumann Overture: Genoveva
Conductor Tadaaki Otaka
Wolfgang Rihm Spiegel und Fluss Conductor Kazushi Ono
Schumann Overture, Scherzo and Finale, Op 52Conductor Tadaaki Otaka
Shostakovich Piano Concerto No 2
Paul Lewis (piano), conductor Kazushi Ono Scriabin Symphony No 2 Conductor Kazushi Ono
Through the Looking Glass lain Burnside presents a selection of songs all written from a child's point of view - not only carefree days in the nursery but also the darker side of childhood - including songs by Musorgsky, Mahler and Britten as well as music from the world of Disney and Broadway. Producer Clive Portbury
With Sean Rafferty. Music includes at
5.00 Musorgsky's Intermezzo "in Modo
Classico "inB minor(orch Rimsky-Korsakov) played by the Russian State Symphony Orchestra under Yevgeni Svetlanov ; at
6.00 Ravel's Jeux d 'Eau performed by Jean-Yves Thibaudet (piano); and at 6.35
Haydn's Symphony No 85 in B flat (La Reine) played by the Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century conducted by Frans Bruggen.
Chris de Souza introduces a concert live from the Snape Maltings Concert Hall, in which the festival's artistic director Thomas Ades conducts the British premiere of his most recent piece.
Anthony Marwood (violin), Janice Watson (soprano), Garry Magee (baritone), Tallis Chamber Choir, Britten-Pears Chamber Choir, London Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Lawrence Foster
Ades America (A Prophecy) Britten Violin Concerto
8.20 Twenty Minutes: To Feed the Night In the first of two programmes
Andrew Wincott reads Phillip Hensher 's tale set in the dangerous world of house-moving-dangerous, that is, when Mr Bell is in charge.
8.40 Faure Requiem , Op 48 See also tomorrow 11am
Patrick Wright visits Encounters, an exhibition featuring new work created in response to old master paintings from the National Gallery in London, and considers the continuing impact of the great tradition of European art. The new work by 24 big-name artists from Europe and North
America, including Hockney, Bourgeois,
Freud and Kitaj, will be hung alongside the old in a major new exhibition, which explores the way in which artists engage with the past.
Verity Sharp 's selections for late-night listening include Mozambique as imagined by accordionist Richard Galliano and clarinettist Michel Portal , echoes of Morton Feldman in the new work of Chicago-based group Town and Country and traditional Turkish music reinvented by guitarist Hasan CihatOrter.
With Jonathan Swain.
Anon, 16th Century Yo en de Estando
12.15 Montsalvatge Concierto Breve
12.35 Beethoven Violin Sonata in A, Op 12 No 2
1.00 Aconcert of Sephardic music of the Spanish Jews around the Mediterranean Ocean and in the Ottoman Empire.
2.10 Luys de Narvaez Los Seys Libros del Delphin 2.25 Tchaikovsky Serenade for string orchestra, Op 48
3.00 Playtime 3.15 Time to Move
3.35 Let's Make a Story
3.50 Drama Workshop: Victorian Dramas
4.10 The Song Tree
4.30 Telemann Concerto in B flat for three oboes
4.40 Beethoven Romance in G, Op 40
4.50 Goldmark Scherzo in E minor, Op 19
5.05 Bizet, arr Sankey Carmen Fantasy
5.20 Falla Three Spanish Songs
5.30 Benjamin North American Square Dance
5.40 Rudolf Tobias Prelude andFuguein Dminor
5.50 Bach, arrSchoenberg Chorale Prelude, (BWV654)