With Penny Gore.
Philippe Graffin (violin), Ulster Orchestra, conductor Thierry Fischer
6.45 Victoria Magnificat primi toni Westminster Cathedral Choir, conductor James O'Donnell
7.00 Mendelssohn Piano Concerto No 1 in G minor, Op 25 Jean-Yves Thibaudet , Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, conductor Herbert Blomstedt
7.45 Francaix String Trio Marwood Ensemble
8.00 JC Bach Symphony in G minor, Op 6 No 6 Hanover Band, conductor Anthony Halstead
8.40 Tchaikovsky Capriccio Italien Berlin PO, conductor Seiji Ozawa
With Donald Macleod.
Gassmann (1729-74) Overture: La Casa diCampagna Ulster Orchestra, conductor Jurjen Hempel
Czemy (1791-1857) Study in B flat, Op 740 No 38 Guy Dagul (piano)
Czerny Variations on a theme by Rode: La Ricordanza , Op 33
Vladimir Horowitz (piano)
Czerny Symphony No 1 in C minor, Op 780 Ulster Orchestra, conductor Jurjen Hempel
With Rob Cowan.
Hildegard of Bingen, arr Pfau 0 Virtus Sapientie Kronos Quartet
10.05 Bach Jesu , Joy of Man's Desiring; Jesus Christ the Son of God
John McCormack (tenor), Gerald Moore (piano)
10.10 Dvorak Slavonic Dances Nos 4 and 6 Chamber Orchestra of Europe, conductor Nikolaus Harnoncourt
10.20 Brahms Clarinet Trio in A minor,
Op 114 Michel Portal (clarinet), Frederic Lodeon (cello), Michel Dalberto (piano)
10.45 Vaughan Williams Silent Noon (The House of Life) John McCormack (tenor), Gerald Moore (piano)
10.50 Mozart Piano Concerto No 24 in C minor, K491 Robert Casadesus ,
Vienna PO, conductor Dimitri Mitropoulos
Lufthansa Festival of Baroque Music 2002 New Worlds. In the final programme of highlights from this year's festival, Lucie Skeaping introduces music for voice and viols by Lawes, Purcell, Caccini, Gibbons and others performed by Hesperion XXI, as well as Italian folk and art songs sung by Pino De Vittorio with guitarist Federico Marincola.
Susan Sharpe introduces another recital featuring a past Cardiff Singer of the World finalist in a concert recorded last year at St David's Hall, Cardiff. Patricia Bardon (mezzo), Ingrid Surgenor (piano)
Brahms Auf dem Kirchhofe, Op 105 No 4; Die Mainacht, Op 43 No 2; Meine Liebe 1st Grun, Op 63 No 5; Immer Leiser , Op 105 No 2; Von Ewiger Liebe , Op 43 No 1
Joan Trimble Green Rain; My Grief on the Sea; Girl's Song
Falla 7 Canciones Populares Espanolas
Another chance to hear Tuesday's Prom. Presented by Tommy Pearson.
Fredericavon Stade (mezzo), Rolf Hind (piano), BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Leonard Slatkin
Eigar Overture: In the South (Alassio) David Sawer Piano Concerto (BBC commission)
Stravinsky The Firebird (excerpts)
Michael Brecker. Julian Joseph meets the contemporary tenor saxophone giant who is now one of the most sought after players of his generation. Breckertalks about his childhood growing up in Philadelphia and about his work with drummer Billy Cobham , with pianist Horace Silver and with his brother, trumpeter
Randy Brecker , with whom he formed an influential jazz-rock group inthe 1970s.
Sean Rafferty introduces a selection of music and news from the arts world.
nLive from the Royal Albert Hall in London.
To celebrate his 50th birthday, the distinguished composer and conductor Oliver Knussen leads a double-bill performance of his two fantasy operas, based on illustrated books by the American children's author Maurice Sendak.
Rosemary Hardy and Valdine Anderson
(sopranos), Mary King (mezzo), Christopher Gillett (tenor), Quentin Hayes (baritone), David Wilson-Johnson (bass-baritone), Stephen Richardson (bass), London
Sinfonietta, conductor Oliver Knussen Knussen Higglety , Pigglety, Pop!
8.35 Twenty Minutes
Michael Rosen explores the imaginative world of Maurice Sendak and asks why his work is so relevant for children of all ages.
8.55 Knussen Where the Wild Things Are This concert is televised on BBC4
Andy Kershaw is joined by Verity Sharp to launch Radio 3's weekend of Womadness. Womad (World of Music Arts and Dance) celebrates its 20th anniversary this year and there are live performances and recorded highlights from all three of Womad's main stages, the Open Air, the Siam Tent and the Radio 3 Village Stage. Performers tonight include American Latino rappers Ozomatli, Algerian singer-songwriter Souad Massi , Indian santoor player Rahul Sharma and South African gospel singer Rebecca Malope. Coverage continues tomorrow at 1pm.
Bill Frisell. Tonight's concert features guitarist Bill Frisell in different ensembles. In the Bill Frisell Ensemble he isjoined by Greg Leisz (slide guitars), Ron Miles
(trumpet), Jenny Scheinman (violin), Tony Scherr (bass) and Kenny Wollesen (drums). And on theirfirst appearance inthe UK,
Frisell leads the Intercontinental Quartet, with Brazilian guitarist and percussionist Vincius Cantuaria , oudist
Christos Govetas and West African percussionist
Sidiki Camara. With special guests UK folk singer Eliza Carthy and Radio 3 World
Music award winner DjelimadyTounkara. Producers Steve Shepherd and Robert Abel
With Susan Sharpe.
Monteverdi L Incoronazione di Poppea
Concerto Vocale, conductor Rene Jacobs
4.20 Dvorak Overture: The King and the Charcoal Burner 4.30 David J Griffiths
Beata Virgo 4.35 Conrad Hurlebusch Concerto in A for two oboes and violin
4.50 Alfredo Casella Sicilienne and Burlesque 5.00 Johann Meder Sinphonia No 4 (Six Sinphonie, Op 1) 5.10 A Scariatti Toccata in F 5.15 Rossini Quartet No 6 in F for flute, clarinet, horn and bassoon (Andante et Tema con Variazioni) 5.30 Suk A Fairy Tale Suite, Op 16 (from Raduz and Mahulena)