The Full Score with Liz Nolan

The Full Score with Liz Nolan

Monday to Friday, 1 - 4pm

The Full Score Wednesday 7 February 2018

The Full Score with Liz Nolan

Baritone Benjamin Appl and pianist James Baillieu join forces for a performance of Schubert's Die schone Mullerin

Monday 21th May

Today's main concert comes from the Dvorak Hall in Prague with Thomas Ades conducting the Czech Philharmonic in works by Haydn and Bruch and the conductor himself

Haydn: Symphony No.45 in F sharp minor, Hob.1:45 (Farewell)

Bruch: Scottish Fantasy in E flat Op.46

Saint-Saens: Coda from Fantasie for Violin and Harp Op.124

Josef Spacek (violin)

Ades: Totentanz for mezzo-soprano, baritone and or chestra

Christianne Stotijn (mezzo)

Bjorn Waag (baritone)

Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

Thomas Ades (conductor)

Tuesday 22nd May

Today's main concert comes from Berwaldhallen in Stockholm Daniel Harding conducts the Swedish Symphony in a performace of Mozart's 'Great' Mass

Mozart: Symphony No.32 in G, K.318

Britten: Serenade Op.31

Andrew Staples (tenor)

Chris Parkes (horn)

Mozart: Mass No.18 in C minor, K.427 (Great)

Genia Kuhmeier (soprano)

Elisabeth Breuer (soprano)

Andrew Staples (tenor)

Ludwig Mittelhammer (baritone)

Swedish Radio Chorus

Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra

Daniel Harding (conductor)

Wednesday 23rd May 

Today's main concert comes from the Royal Festival Hall in London and features cellist Alban Gerhardt performing Richard Strauss' Don Quixote tone poem for cello and orchestra.

Richard Strauss: Don Juan Op.20

Mozart: Symphony No.35 in D, K.385 (Haffner)

Richard Strauss: Don Quixote Op.35, tone poem for cello and orchestra

Alban Gerhardt (cello)

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Rafael Payare (conductor)

Thursday 24th May

Today's main concert comes from the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg. Piotr Anderszewski plays Mozart's Piano Concerto No.4

Mozart: Piano Concerto No.24 in C minor K.491

Piotr Anderszewski (piano)

Mahler: Symphony No.5 in C sharp minor

NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchestra

Thomas Hengelbrock (conductor)

Friday 25th May

Richard Strauss was not only a master of orchestration but an enthusiastic mountaineer as well. Thus, it is not surprising that in his last symphonic poem he depicted a hike in the Alps – vivid and haunting, with an endless palette of tonal colours. Conductor Daniel Harding and bass-baritone Gerald Finley also present familiar Schubert songs in rarely heard orchestral arrangements by Brahms and Reger.

Schubert: Prometheus D.674

Schubert: An die Musik D.547

Schubert: Erlkonig D.328

Schubert: Memnon D.541

Schubert: An Schwager Kronos, D. 369

Schubert: Recitative and Aria from Lazarus D. 689

Schubert: Du bist die Ruh.776

Strauss: An Alpine Symphony Op.64

Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra

Gerald Finley (bass-baritone)

Daniel Harding (conductor)



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