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Philharmonia Orchestra 10h
Take a trip back in time with us tomorrow on , who will be broadcasting our performance from August 2001. This was soprano 's Proms debut, joining us to perform music by Mozart and Strauss. Tune in tomorrow from 7.30pm
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Georgia Mann 5h
Coming up at 6.15 I’m joined by the excellent ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ and Nigel Simeone to talk about about the week ahead in our Proms from the Past season ⁦⁩ Warning: Union Jack boxer shorts are discussed
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Georgia Mann 9h
I made today’s Words & Music ⁦⁩ Marking 75 years since the Atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Readers ⁦⁩ & Iain Glen. Harrowing but moving to hear the literature of the survivors. Hope can give it a listen
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BBC Singers 12h
There's still plenty of time to listen to our 2013 Chamber Music from . Choral music from the 15th to the 21st centuries with . Soprano Emma Tring shares her memories of the concert, below. Listen on
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BBC Radio 3 23h
Here's an enormous, wonderful Prom. The kind of spectacular, life-altering concert we're all dreaming of now, as the cultural lockdown grinds on. 25/
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BBC Radio 3 Aug 8
R3 Through the Night: six hours of concerts & recordings every night, starting tonight with the Pavel Haas Quartet playing Smetana & Dvořák 🎻 🇨🇭 Listen at 1am or here any time for 30 days afterwards.
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Sarah Walker Aug 8
Join me for for what will be the hottest show broadcast from GS1 so far & I’ll have to shut the doors of course! From Sibelius to William Grant Still, and Tom Waits to Carla Bley(played by Paul Bley).From 9am.
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BBC Radio 3 Aug 8
Wonderful. The 42nd season! :-)
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BBC Radio 3 Aug 8
Tonight's big, shiny floor show from the - a fabulous 1992 staging ot Tchaikovsky's Queen of Spades - began at 6.30pm, but no problem! We won't even ask you to wait for an interval. Just rewind live radio on - online or in the app.
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BBC Philharmonic Aug 8
😲"Sinaisky, grinning from ear to ear, conducted it with tangible pleasure, while the BBC Philharmonic had a field day with Glière's orgiastic sonorities" Our classic from 2007, available now
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Andrew McGregor Aug 8
This evening's classic Prom: Tchaikovsky's Pique Dame - Queen of Spades - Graham Vick's claustrophobic Glyndebourne production in 1992 relocated to Royal Albert Hall. Cracking cast conducted by Andrew Davis. I'll be talking live to Dame Felicity Palmer 6:30pm
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BBC Radio 3 Aug 8
This and fifteen other fabulous concerts from the archives for you to watch, on now (if you like that sort of thing)
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Tandem Productions Aug 6
This Sunday brings us 3 hours of energising music Highlights include music from , , , , , , & more Tune in 9-12 on &
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Andrew McGregor Aug 8
'Everything is bracingly alive...a sense of fresh, eager discovery'. Richard Wigmore on the London Classical Players and Roger Norrington's recording of Schubert's Tragic Symphony No. 4. Our Proms Building a Library Recommendation now
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BBCEdFest Aug 8
Tonight’s New Music Show at 10pm brings Edinburgh to you. talks to crime author and there are home recordings by performers connected to Edinburgh including ; ; and .
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Andrew McGregor Aug 8
More new things next: Brahms Cello Sonatas and Dvorak's Cello Concerto, plus Haydn on fortepiano and divine inspiration from Biber and Schmelzer
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Andrew McGregor Aug 8
How much of a challenge would you find it to choose your top 5 Vaughan Williams recordings? Kate Kennedy has done just that for us this morning. RVW is our Proms Composer
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Ralph Vaughan Williams Society Aug 7
Kate Kennedy is with on on Saturday 8 August from 9.30am to choose five indispensable recordings of Proms composer Ralph Vaughan Williams and explains why you need to hear them:
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BBC Radio 3 Aug 8
William Grant Still (1895-1978) was ’s Composer of the Week this week, and all five programmes are now available to listen to online. Here’s the link to Episode 1 🎶
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BBC Radio 3 Aug 8
Breakfast listener Mark Toynbee's wonderful Austin 7. Hear her/he/it go on on with
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