With Penny Gore.
Barber /<gnus De<
Arietha Lockhart (soprano),
Robert Shaw Festival Singers, director Robert Shaw
6.25 Britten S<mp<e Symphony
Academy of St Martin in the Fields. director Kenneth Siiiito
7.10 Debussy, transcr Ravei Nuages , Fetes (Nocturnes.)
Katia and Marietie Labeque (piano duet)
7.45 Weber Clarinet Concert/no ;n F flat, Op26SabineMeyer.
Dresden Staatskapeiie, conductor Herbert Biomstedt
8.10 Bizet L Arlésienne: Su<te No 1
London Symphony Orchestra. conductor C!audio Abbado
8.45 Heinichen Concerto <n
G MusicaAntiquaKoin , director Reinhard Goebei
of the Week: Etgar
With Donaid Macieod. 2: At Home, and/4way Eigar's music was influenced as much by the city and his travels as by his beloved Worcestershire countryside.
Cnanson de Mat/n, Op Jl5 No 2 (orchestral version) BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Andrew Davis
Overture: Cochatgne (In London Town) Chicago Symphony Orchestra. conductor GeorgSoiti /n Smyrna
Peter Pettinger (piano)
7'Dree Bavar/an Dances ('From tDe Bavanan Highlands); yntroductton and Allegro, Op 4 7 LPO. conductorAdrian Bouit
Director Peter Kosminsky continues the challenging task of making heart-breaking lives into drama.
With Stephanie Hughes.
Wi!!iam Schuman /4mencan Fest/va/
Los Angeies Philharmonic. conductor Leonard Bernstein
10.16 Pouienc 7'hree /nterrr)ezzos Pau!Cross!ey(piano)
10.29 Mozart Mass tn C, K220 (Sparrow) Ann Monoyios (soprano), Elisabeth Graf (contralto), 0!yPfaff (tenor),
Franz-Josef Seiig (bass), Cologne Chamber Choir, Cohegium Cartusianum , conductor Peter Neumann
10.46 Dvorak Ce//o Concerto ;n B rrxnor
Maurice Gendron ,
London Phiiharmonic, conductor Bernard Haitink
Petroc Tretawny talks to clarinettist Michael Collins about his work as a chamber musician and plays recordings from the BBC archives.
Beethoven Tub ;n B rtat. Op :H
With Christopher van Kampen (cello), Ian Brown (piano)
With the London Winds
With Isabelle van Keulen (violin), Kathryn Stott (piano)
Berg Adagio (Chamber Concerto) With Dmitri Sitkovetsky (violin), Christopher van Kampen (cello), Michel Dalberto (piano)
Janacek Suite.' M/ad/
With the London Winds
Today's iunchtime concert features Welsh baritone Neai Davies in a recital he gave at the Machyniieth Festival in north Wales last August. Accompanied by Julian Mirford (piano), he sings settings of Pushkin by Medtner, Rubinstein and Shostakovich. (R)
Another chance to hear fast Thursday's Prom. Dm itriHvorostovsky (baritone).
Bournemouth SymphonyOrchestra, conductor Yakov Kreizberg
Bernste!n Su/te: On the tVatertront
Shostakovich Symphony No 5 <R)
The mezzo Delia Jones introduces a selection of herfavour!te singers and SOngS. Producer ClivePortbury
With Sean Rafferty. Music includes at 5.40 Sibelius's Scenes Historiques: Suite No.t, Op 25, played by the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra under Jukka-Pekka Saraste; at 6.00 Vivaldi's t//o;/n Concerto <n/<,0p3 No 6, performed by Europa
Gaiante directed by Fabio Biondi; and at 6.45 Shostakovich's Piano Trio No t Op 8, played by the Moscow Trio.
Live from the Royal Albert Hall. London. Shostakovich's first concerto is one of the greatest challenges to any violin virtuoso, and the young Russian Vadim Repin is a leading exponent of the work. The piece is complemented bytwo pieces by Prokofiev -the neo-classical first symphony and the popular Romeo and Juliet ballet music.
Vadim Repin (violin), Royal Philharmonic, conductor Daniele Gatti
Prokofiev Symphony No 1 (Classical)
Shostakovich Violin Concerto No: 1
8.25 Twenty Minutes
Booker Prize-shortiisted novelist Paul Bailey is the second writer to take up the interval theme of refreshment. He talks about the memoirs of the 18th-century writer Sergei Aksakov, who recorded rura) life in feudal Russia, including the merrymaking and kvass-drinking celebrations at harvest time.
8.45 Prokofiev Romeo and Juliet (excerpts,) Repeated Friday 2pm
Just overtwo years on from the Good Friday Agreement, the poet Paul Muidoon investigates whetherthe peace process in Northern Ireland has been influenced by the regard of writers and artists forthe complexity and difficulty of the situation. On ajourney through both parts of the country, he speaks to heading figures, including Seamus Heaney. Tom Pauhn ,
Patrick McCabe and Gienn Patterson. How far have writers on both sides of the border helped to create the terms of engagement in the search for peace? Producer Rob Kettendge (R)
Fiona Taikington looks forward to this weekend's Sidmouth folk festiva), with music from the Kate Rusby Band and fromBiiiyBragg.
With JiH Andersen. Haydn Symphony No 8
;n G CLe So/r,) 12.25 Sweetinck Psa/m 42
12.40 Tartini Trumpet Concerto /n D
12.50 Bach Air ('Orchestra/ Su/te No 3 ;n D, BWV1068)1.00 Joseph Kainz Keyboard Concerto ;n C Dittersdorf Keyboard
Concerto in A Mozart P<ano Concerto No 6 'n B t?at, K2381.50 JC Bach Ou<ntet <n F;
Op 11 No 3 2.00 Pergotesi Mohn Sonata <n G 2.10 Stravinsky Su/fe; Pu/e;ne//a2.30 Bruckner Symphony No 7;n F3.40
Brahms Pre/ude and Fugue /n G m/nor4.00 Boccherini Harps/chord Concerto /n E flat
4.15 Puree!) King Arthur(excerpts) 4.35 Go)dmark Overture: <n ftaty4.50 Rudo)f Matz Ba/tade 5.00 Schreker Symphon/e /nfer/ude (Der Schatzgräber) 5.15 Byrd Prae/ud/um; Pavan and Ga/hard;
Prae/ud/um 5.40 Vaughan W))))ams Variations /br brass band 5.50 John
Tavener 7'he Greek Funera/ Sentences