With Penny Gore.
6.00 Sibelius Suite Champêtre, Op 98b English String Orchestra, conductor William Boughton
6.10 Genin Fantasia on Verdi's 's Un Ballo in Maschera Patrick Gallois (flute), London Festival Orchestra, conductor Ross Pople
7.15 Robert Moran Music from the Towers of the Moon Balanescu Quartet
7.30 Rossini Overture: Bianca e Falliero La Scala PO, conductor Riccardo Chailly
8.15 Mozart Divertimento in F, K253 Oslo Philharmonic Wind Soloists
8.45 Strauss Hab Mir's Gelobt (Der
Rosenkavalier) Anna Tomowa-Sintow ,
Agnes Baltsa and Janet Perry (sopranos), Vienna PO, conductor Herbert von Karajan
With Donald Macleod.
5: 1889-92. Tchaikovsky's fear of conducting, his love of Mozart and his discovery of the celesta Mustel.
Sleeping Beauty, Act 3 Russian National Orchestra, conductor Mikhail Pletnev Queen of Spades, Act 3 (final scene)
Gegam Grigorian (tenor), Kirov Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Valery Gergiev The Nutcracker, Act 2 (excerpts)
Kirov Orchestra, conductor ValeryGergiev Voyevoda , Op 78 St Petersburg PO, conductor Vladimir Ashkenazy
With Jonathan Swain.
Bavarian RSO, conductor Rafael Kubelik Ravel Le Tombeau de Couperin Anne Queffelec (piano)
Mozart Symphony No 38 in D, K504
(Prague) Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Rafael Kubelik
Artist in Focus: James Bowman
Brian Kay looks at James Bowman 's work with modern composers and talks to him about his championing of the countertenor voice as a 21st-century instrument. Featuring music from Peter Maxwell
Davies's opera Taverner, Songs by Alan Ridout. and Elizabeth Lutyens 's 1994 Proms commission The Tears of Night.
Another chance to hear a concert given in 2000 in London's Wigmore Hall. Soprano Sophie Daneman is joined by three leading British instrumentalists in domestic music from 17th-century France, including courtly songs by Antoine Boesset , Etienne Moulinie and Pierre Guedron, and viol duets by Sainte-Colombe. With
Christopher Wilson (lute), Mark Levy and Alison McGillivray (violas da gamba).
Philharmonic Tommy Pearson concludes this week's series of programmes with British music ranging over almost a century.
Britten Four Sea Interludes (Peter Grimes ) Conductor Tadaaki Otaka
Peter Maxwell Davies
Temenos Conducted by the Composer Elgar Symphony No 1 in A flat Conductor Tadaaki Otaka
Blue Peter's Simon Thomas and Matt Baker present music for younger listeners. Cannon and insects feature in today's tracks.
Kenny Barron. Julian Joseph talks to the American pianist, composer and educator who has worked with Dizzy Gillespie ,
Freddie Hubbard and Yusef Lateef. Music includes highlights from a of Barron's trio live at the 1995 Brecon
Jazz Festival with bassist Ray Drummond and drummer Ben Riley.
Sean Rafferty introduces a selection of music and news from the arts world. This evening, pianist Angela Hewitt plays live in the studio and talks about her new recording of the complete solo piano works of Maurice Ravel.
Stephanie Hughes introduces tonight's concert live from the Ulster Hall in Belfast, featuring two works influenced by English poet Lord Byron: Schumann's overture to Byron's Manfredand Berlioz's Harold in Italy, in which Byron's Childe Harold is characterised by the viola soloist. Plus Dvorak's lively Symphonic Variations, based on the composer's patriotic part-song, JaJsem HuslarU Am a Fiddler). Nobuko Imai (viola), Ulster Orchestra, conductor lIan
Volkov Schumann Overture: Manfred
Dvorak Symphonic Variations, Op 76
8.30 Twenty Minutes: Neither Here Nor There
Belfast-based teacher GrainneTobin puts a different perspective on life in Belfast, portraying a place that demands a passion and commitment of the people who choose to work and I ive there.
8.50 Berlioz Harold in Italy
Philip Dodd talks to Antony Beevor about his follow-up book to the award-winning Stalingrad. His new book, Berlin: the Downfall 1945, tells the story of the battle for Berlin atthe end of the Second World
War. And afterthe YBAs, the YBPs: Night Waves considers some of the rising stars of British philosophy.
Andy Kershaw presents an eclectic mix of world music, folk, blues, rock and other genres of uneasy listening. Plus a studio session from Martin Simpson.
Dave Douglas and Andrew Hill Double Bill The last programme of a short series of concerts from the Austrian Saalfelden festival. Trumpeter Dave Douglas performs in a quartet with Dutch pianist Misha Mengleberg , drummer
Han Bennink and bassist Brad Jones. In the second half of the programme, pianist and composer Andrew Hill leads his latest group, performing music from his recent album Dusk. The band features the same all-star line-up that appeared on the album, with Ron Horton (trumpet), Marty Erlich (tenor saxophone), Aaron Stewart (alto/soprano saxophones), Scott Coley (bass) and Nasheet Watts (drums). Producers Steve Shepherd and Robert Abel
With Jill Anderson. Brahms Variations on a theme by Haydn, Op 56a (St Anthony)
Haydn Symphony No 94 in G (Surprise) Brahms Symphony No 1 in C minor
2.25 Bach, arr Tausig Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV565 2.35 Franck Choral in B minor2.50 Dvorak Mass in D, Op 86
3.35 Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No 1 in B flat minor, Op 23 4.10 Rachmaninov/
Kreisler When Night Descends in Silence; Oh Cease Thy Sinking, Maiden Fair
4.30 Telemann Domenica (Pyrmonter Kurwoche) 4.40 Rudolf Matz Elegy and HumoreskeA.50 J Strauss (son)
Overture: Die Zigeunerbaron 5.00 Mozart Overture: Cosi Fan Tutte 5.05 Bach Oboe d'Amore Concerto in A, BWV1055 5.15 Vivaldi Magnificat in G minor, RV610
5.30 Beethoven, transcr Uszt Adelaide, Op 46 5.40 Brahms Immer Leiser Wird Mein Schlummer , Op 105 No 2;
Von Ewiger Liebe , Op 43 No 15.50 Goldmark Scherzo in E minor, Op 19