With Penny Gore .
Schubert tmpromptu tn B r?at, D935 No 3 Alfred Brende ! (piano)
! 6.40JCBachOu/ntet<nD,Op22No.t ' Parnassus Ensemble
' 7.15 Detius Mo//n Sonata No 3 ' TasminLitt!e, Piers Lane (piano)
7.40 Medtner Two Pteees, Op 58 Dmitri Alexeev and Nikolai Demidenko (pianos)
8.15 Mozart FfuteOuartetm/<.K298
Emmanuel Pahud , Christoph Poppen
(violin), Hariolf Schlichtig (vioia). Jean-Guihen Queyras (cello)
8.30 Copland Ba//ef; /tppa/acrxan Spnng
! London SymphonyOrchestra, . conductor Antal Dorati
(1822-90). This week Donald Macieod explores the i!fe and works ofCesar Franck. 1: Ong<ns. Cesar Franck !ived during the revolution and social upheava! that was
reshaping 19th-century Europe. He was ' born in Liege eight years before the emergence of Belgium as a nation. Once j resident in Paris he witnessed the 1848 j revolution, the Franco-Prussian War,
' inciudingthe Siege of Paris, and artistica!iy and socially saw the emergence of the Third Republic. Donaid Macieod begins his survey by unravelling the confusions which surround Franck's nationality. Les P/a/ntes d"une Poup6e Stephen Hough (piano)
7r/o /n B /?at. Op 1 <Vo 2 CTf/o de Salon) The Beckova Sisters
PreMe, Fugue and Variation Marie-CiaireAiain (organ) Sympnon/c Variations
Clifford Curzon (piano), London
Philharmonic, conductor Adrian Bou !t Producer Johannah Smith
Terence Davies talks about writing the screenplay and directing the film version of American novelist Edith Wharton's book The House of Mirth, a classic novel of manners set in New York in the early part of the last Century. Producer Hona McLean
With Stephanie Hughes. This week featuring Bruch orchestral music and recordings byArieen Auger. Puccini Capnccto S/ntOn/co
Berlin RSO, conductor RiccardoChai!iy
10.19 Bach Cantata No 5:t; Jauehzet Gott
/n Allen Landen Arieen Auger (soprano),
WurttembergCO. conductor Heimuth Ri!iing
10.38 Debussy, arr Ravei Nuages , Fetes
Katia and Marie!ie Labeque (pianos)
10.50 Bruch Mo/tn Concerto No 1 /n
Gmfnof- Yehudi Menuhin ,
London SymphonyOrchestra, conductor Landon Ronaid
11.13 Mozart E Sussana No Men.... Dove Sono ('The Marnage ofHgaro, Act 3); Catmatew /do/ M/o.... Non M/ D/r (
Don Giovanni , Act 2) Arieen Auger (soprano), Nico van der Meet (tenor),
Drottninghoim Court Theatre Orchestra, conductor Arnold Ostman
Leeds International Pianoforte Competition 2000
Petroc Trelawny begins Radio 3's extensive coverage of "The Leeds" with a roundup of the opening stages from the Great Hall at the University of Leeds.
Coverage continues all week in Morning Performance, followed by live broadcasts of both finals on Friday and Saturday.
From the Wigmore Hall . London,
Stephanie Hughes presents a recital of chamber music.
Anthony Pay (clarinet), Hausmusik Schubert Stnng Tno ;n B r!at, D471
. Brahms C/annet Ou/ntet /n B m/nor. Op -t.t5
Koda)y Theatre Overture; Dances of Marossze/<
Conductor Yan Pascal Tortelier
R!msky Korsakov Scnenerazade Conductor Vassily Sinaisky Kodaty Sympnony in C
Conductor Yan Pascal Tortelie r
Since winning the title of Cardiff Singer of the World in 1989, Dmitri Hvorostovsky has rapidly become one of the world's most sought-after baritones. Admired for the dark sensual beauty of his voice, this . week Michael White talks to him about his career on the operatic stage, including music by Tchaikovsky and Verdi.
Sean Rafferty's guests include the opera critic and writer Norman Lebrecht and cellist Alexander Baillie. Music includes at 5.50 MacCunn's Overture.' The Land of the Mountain and the Flood performed by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic under Grant Llewellyn; at 6.10 Bruch's /<o/N/dre/ played by Miriam Kramer (violin) and Simon Over (piano); and at 6.55 Brahms's Ge/sf//cr)est./ed, Op 30, performed by the Corydon Singers under Matthew Best with organist John Scott.
Edinburgh International Festival 2000 Kirsteen McCue introduces another concert in the series featuring the Mozart piano concertos given )ast month in the Usher Ha)), Edinburgh.
Scottish Chamber Orchestra. director Christian Zacharias (piano)
Mozart P/ano Concertos.' No -t3 /n C, K4.t5; No 20 /n D m/nor, K466; No27'/nBr?at,K595
Barbara Bonney (soprano) and Geoffrey Parsons (piano) perform a selection of songs by Mozart, including those written immediately after his last piano concerto, the first of which uses the theme from that concerto's finale.
Philip Dodd presents the arts and culture magazine.
Fiona Tatkington introduces music by e!ectric harpist Zeena Parkins , singer Norma Winstone and Dutch composer
Huub de Lange - from his work for street organ and strings.
With Susan Sharpe.
Piazzolla, arr Cesar Olguin: Milonga del Angel
12.20 Arnic: The Tempest
12.50 Schubert: Impromptu in B flat, Op 142
1.00 A recital by the ensemble Quartetto Latinoamericano.
Boccherini: String Quartet in A, Op 32 No 6
Turina: La Oracion del Torero, Op 34
Villa-Lobos: String Quartet No 3
Astor Piazzolla, arr Cesar Olguin: Loving and Fear- Two Tango Sensations; Fuga 9
2.10 Ginastera: Piano Sonata No 1, Op 22
2.30 Telemann: Suite in E minor
3.10 Brahms: Piano Sonata in F minor, Op 5
3.45 Ciglic: Harp Concertino
4.00 Beethoven: Overture: King Stephen
4.15 Abel: Symphony in C, Op 10 No 4
4.25 Mozart: String Ouartet in G, K.156
4.35 Faure: Nocturne in D flat, Op 63
4.50 Tchaikovsky: Suite: The Nutcracker (excerpts)
5.00 Arnic: Dreams; Reveille (Suite about the Well, Op 56)
5.15 Bach: Prelude and Fugue in A minor, BWV543
5.20 Piazzolla: Prelude, Fugue and Divertimento
5.45 CPE Bach: Sinfonia in D, Wq183 No.1