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Season 2018 / Episode 1 and airs on 21 July 2018 17:50
The weekly Proms magazine show. Presented by Katie Derham.
The weekly Proms magazine show, presented by Katie Derham. Tonight's show has the tenor Stuart Skelton, soprano Ailish Tynan and gospel conductor and composer Ken Burton discussing Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, and a Proms centenary tribute to Ella Fitzgerald and Dizzy Gillespie. series 2017.
The weekly Proms magazine show, presented by Katie Derham. Katie is joined by harpist Catrin Finch and singer Julian Ovenden, and the show turns the spotlight on the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain and their performance of Thomas Ades's Polaris, John Wilson Orchestra's Oklahoma! and David Owen Norris returns with Chord of the Week. series 2017.
The weekly Proms magazine show, presented by Katie Derham. Katie is joined in the studio by baritone Roderick Williams and composer Hannah Kendall. Music featured comes from Rachmaninov's Second Symphony, Aurora Orchestra's performance of Beethoven's Eroica and the Ravi Shankar/Philip Glass collaboration Passages. series 2017.
Katie Derham reviews the sixth full week of Proms activity in this penulitimate episode of Proms Extra. She is joined by jazz saxophonist Soweto Kinch and conductor John Butt to discuss Bach's St John Passion, performed in week five of the Proms by John Butt's Dunedin Consort, and the Charles Mingus Prom, featuring Kandace Springs, Shabaka Hutchings and Christian Scott. David Owen Norris offers another Chord of the Week.
Highlights from week one of the BBC Proms. In the spotlight are Five Telegrams from the First Night of the Proms, the Young Musicians Prom and one-man-sensation Jacob Collier.
Joining Katie Derham for Proms Extra tonight are violinist Tai Murray and Director of Music for the Southbank Centre, Gillian Moore.
The works of Lili Boulanger, Vaughan Williams and the legendary women of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop are this week's music picks, while David Owen Norris‘ Chord Of The week focuses on Parry's 5th Symphony.
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