With Penny Gore.
DagWIren Serenade, Op 11 Stockholm
Sinfonietta, conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen
6.30 Mozart Piano Sonata in A, K331 Claudio Arrau
7.05 Hummel Piano Trio in G, Op 35 Beaux Arts Trio
7.45 Zavaterl Violin Concerto (Tempesta di Mare) Freiburg Baroque Orchestra, director Gottfried von der Goltz (violin)
8.00 Walton Overture: Portsmouth Point
LPO, conductor Leonard Slatkin
8.45 Saint-Saens Africa , Op 89 Laura Mikkola (piano), conductor Jean-Jacques Kantorow
von Der Goltz
Donald Macleod explores Chabrier's passion for Wagner, through his Saxon opera Gwendoline, and the unfinished obsession of his final years - Briseis. Souvenirs de Munich
Georges Rabol and Sylvie Dugas (pianos) Overture: Gwendoline Toulouse Capitole Orchestre, conductor Michel Plasson Gwendoline: Act 1 (excerpt)
Cast includes Barbara Hendricks (soprano), Toulouse Capitole Orchestre, conductor Michel Plasson
Gwendoline: Acts 1 and 2 (excerpts)
Adriana Kohutkova (soprano), Didier Henry (baritone), Gerard Garino (tenor), Slovak Philharmonic Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Jean-Paul Penin
Briseis: Scene 1 (excerpt) Mark Padmore (tenor), Joan Rodgers (soprano), Scottish Opera Chorus, BBC Scottish Symphony
Orchestra, conductor Jean-Yves Ossonce Joyeuse Marche (Marche Frangaise) RPO, conductor Thomas Beecham
Peter Randall-Page talks about his work on a commission to make three sculptures. 5: Beginning to Feel the End
With Stephanie Hughes. Stravinsky Concerto in D
ECO, conductor Colin Davis
10.19 Bach French Suite No 6 in E,
BWV81 7 Mieczyslaw Horszowski (piano)
10.37 Schumann 6 Gedichte und
Requiem, Op 90 Christine Schafer (soprano), Graham Johnson (piano)
10.56 Debussy Suite: Children's Corner Mieczyslaw Horszowski (piano)
11.13 Svendsen Carnival in Paris
Trondheim SO, Ole Kristian Ruud
Symphonic Variations of Europe
Tommy Pearson presents the last programme of highlights from Berlin's festival of youth orchestras. Today's performances include:
Ravel La Valse French Youth Orchestra, conductor Jesus Lopez-Cobos
Prokofiev Symphony No 5 Young Israel Philharmonic, conductor Zeev Dorman
Chris de Souza introduces a concert given earlierthis year in association with Symphony Hall, Birmingham. Skampa Quartet
Mozart String Quartet in G, K387
Mendelssohn StringQuartetin E minor, Op44No2(R)
Mahler's great song-cycle was a symphony in all but name. Already ill, the composer wished to avoid writing a ninth symphony because of the connotations this held. Sibelius Karelia Suite
Conductor Michael Schoenwandt
Sibelius Violin Concerto Pekka Kusisto (violin), conductor Paavo Berglund Mahler Das Lied von der Erde
Anne Sophie von Otter (mezzo), Jeffrey Lawton (Tenor), conductor Andrew Davis
James P Johnson. Julian Joseph pays tribute to James P Johnson , often heralded as the father of Harlem stride, a piano style popular in New York during the twenties.
Johnson was a major force in the evolution of jazz piano from ragtime and influenced many other great players, including Fats Waller , Duke Ellington, Count Basie and Thelonious Monk.
Music includes after 5.00 Sibelius's Su/te for Violin and String Orchestra, Op 117, played by Dong-Suk Kang with the Lahti
Symphony Orchestra under OsmoVanska; at 5.45 Weber's Polonaise Brillante (orch Liszt) performed by Louis Lortie (piano) with the Hague Residentie Orchestra conducted by George Pehlivanian ; and at
6.40 Pichl's Symphony in D (Diana) played by the London Mozart Players under Matthias Bamert.
The opening concert in the BBC National Orchestra of Wales's new season welcomes Richard Hickox to St David 's
Hall in Cardiff in his new post as principal conductor. Tonight's live broadcast features two powerful landmarks of the 20th century, which explore the themes of persecution, oppression and redemption. Lillian Watson (soprano), Sally Burgess (mezzo), Neil Jenkins (tenor), Eric Owens (bass), Richard Hickox Singers,
BBC National Chorus and Orchestra of Wales, conductor Richard Hickox
Gershwin, arr Robert Russell Bennett Concert Suite from "Porgy and Bess"
8.10 Twenty Minutes: Philosophical Lives The last of a series in which Jonathan Ree talks to philosophers about theirwork.
3: French philosopher Paul Ricouertalks about the impact of 20th-century history on his thinking, and the relationship between philosophy and religion.
8.30 Tippett A Child of Our Time
Winston Churchill called it the first world war, and it spread from North America to central Europe, West Africa and India. Paul Allen and guests discuss The Crucible of War, historian Fred Anderson 's reassessment of the lasting impact of the Seven Years' War.
Verity Sharp introduces performances from a concert given last month at the Palais de la Musica as part of the Strasbourg Musica festival.
BBC Singers, Ensemble Modern, conductor Robert de Leeuw
Wolfgang Rihm Concerto for string quartet and orchestra
Pascal Dusapin La Melancholia
With Jonathan Swain.
Saint-Saens Havanaise 12.10 Sibelius
Piano Sonatina in F sharp minor, Op 6 No 1
12.20 Ernst Mielck Quintet in F, Op 3
12.45 Debussy Images (Set 2)
1.00 Grieg Piano Concerto in A minor
Saint-Saens Symphony No 3 in C minor (Organ) 2.10 Wldor Suite for flute and piano, Op 34 2.25 Beethoven Piano Trio in B flat. Op 97 (Archduke)
3.10 Weber Bassoon Concerto in F
3.25 Nicolai Mass in D
3.55 Chopin Scherzo No 2 in B flat, Op 31
4.05 JC Bach Quintet in B flat, Op 11 No
4.30 Uszt Fantasy on Halevy's "La Juive"
4.45 Jacques Halevy Quand de la Nuit / 'Epais Nuage (L 'Eclair)
4.50 Vivaldi Concerto da Camera in C, RV88
5.00 Kuhlau Overture: The Magic Harp
5.15 Leonardo de Lorenzo Capriccio Brillante, Op 31
5.30 Francesco Geminlani Concerto
Grosso in D minor, Op 7 No 2
5.45 D Scarlatti Sonata in E, Kk380
5.50 Dvorak Song to the Moon (Rusalka)