MOVIES AND MUSICALS WITH AEDÍN GORMLEY
Ahead of composer Hans Zimmer's Dublin concert tomorrow night, Aedín features a selection of his scores including Interstellar, Gladiator and No Time to Die. Classic movie music from Rebecca and An Affair to Remember, and the saxophone is to the fore on the scores for the films Body Heat and A Place in the Sun.A fantastic selection of songs too from Moulin Rouge, High Society, West Side Story, Enchanted and Snow White.
RTÉ lyric fm, Saturday 17th June, 1pm-4pm
OPERA NIGHT WITH PAUL HERRIOTT
Amor Azul by Gilberto Gil
In this 2022 live recording from Radio France, Universal musician and former Brazilian Minister of Culture, Gilberto Gil performs the world premiere of his opera Amor Azul ("Blue Love"), co-written with Aldo Brizzi. Adapted from the 13th century Indian poem the Gita Govinda, the most important love song in Indian literature. The Radio France choir and orchestra under the direction of Aldo Brizzi join in the festivities to celebrate the fusion of western art music with Brazilian harmony. The cast includes Gilberto Gil as Vishnu, Bass Josejr Santos as Krishna, Soprano Luciana Pansa as Radha, soprano Graca Reis as Sakhi, and tenor Carlos Eduardo Santos as the Spirit of the Forest.
RTÉ lyric fm, Saturday 17th June, 7pm-10pm
VOX NOSTRA WITH VLAD SMISHKEWYCH
Karl Friedrich Abel, the 17th-century German wunderkind of the viola da gamba, is our guest of honour on this Sunday, with his music played by soloists on this distinguished instrument as well as chamber ensembles and perhaps a Symphony to liven up the mix. The intriguing history of Mr Abel includes his enduring friendship with the youngest of the Bach sons, Johann Christian, who joined the gambist in London in terms 1762. From their time together in England's capital was born a series of subscription concerts, England's first, known as the Bach-Abel concerts. We'll get to hear some of the works that premiered in that heady environment, as well as trio sonatas, quartets, and more. The young Mozart even pops up in our story, thanks to a work by Abel misattributed to a youthful Wolfgang. All this and more, on this Sunday morning's Vox Nostra.
RTÉ lyric fm, Sunday 18th June, 7am-10am
THE LYRIC FEATURE
Morning, Noon and Night - Revisited is a three-part lyrical guide to our sleeping and waking hours. In this follow up to his 2019 series Presenter Regan Hutchins meditates on the intimacy of our daily routine and hears how recent disruptions to our mornings, noons and nights have changed the way we live our lives. The listener is invited to reflect on the everyday through a series of sonic illuminations, original writing, music, found sound and slow radio.
Episode 2: Noon
Cooking lunch with a poet, slowly walking through a Spanish market, sitting by the River Liffey and dreaming of other places are some of the ways we spend our Afternoon in this programme of short documentaries, original writing, music, found sound and slow radio. Regan Hutchins travels from an early lunch to early evening as he spends the afternoon alone and with friends.
Presenter/Producer: Regan Hutchins
Sound Supervision: Tinpot Studios
Producer for RTÉ lyric fm: Eoin O Kelly
Funded by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland Sound and Vision Scheme and RTÉ Independent Radio Productions.
At 6.35pm - River Dodder Soundwalk
Irish composer and sound artist Robert Coleman brings us on a soundwalk of the River Dodder in South Dublin exploring the many facets of its wonderful, varied, rich history and its diverse wildlife.(Part 2 of 3)
RTÉ lyric fm, Sunday 18th June, 6pm-7pm
THE FULL SCORE WITH LIZ NOLAN
In today's Full Score concert, we'll hear two favourite works of the repertoire for clarinet quintet, performed by the Swedish conductor and leading exponent of the instrument Martin Fröst with the Leonkoro Quartet.
Adams: Dolce pianissimo for solo clarinet
Mozart: Clarinet Quintet in A, K. 581
Brahms: Clarinet Quintet in B minor, Op. 115
Martin Fröst, clarinet
RTÉ lyric fm, Monday 19th June, 1pm-4pm
NIALL CARROLL'S CLASSICAL DAYTIME
Niall Carroll plays music from the heart of the classical repertoire, with Sounds on Screen, a piece from the big or small screen each day at 11am, and each day at midday one of Niall's Five of a Kind. This week Niall chooses five movements from trumpet concertos by Haydn.
RTÉ lyric fm, Tuesday 20th June, 10am-1pm
THE FULL SCORE WITH LIZ NOLAN
Join Liz Nolan live from the stage of the National Concert Hall for another lunchtime concert from the National Symphony Orchestra. The 'king of instruments', the organ, shares the lunchtime limelight with the flute as both take centre stage in a trio of French fancies by Dupré, Ibert and Saint-Saëns as part of this year's Pipeworks Festival.Liz Nolan presents a showcase of unabridged musical masterworks, featuring live recordings of Irish and international performers, plus selections from the latest CD releases.
Dupré Cortège et Litanie
Ibert Flute Concerto
Saint-Saëns Cyprès et lauriers
National Symphony Orchestra
David Leigh, conductor
Valentine Laporte, flute
David Goode, organ
RTÉ lyric fm, Tuesday 20th June, 1pm-4pm
Ambient Orbit brings you a solstice special today; with you during the sunrise. Broadcasting live from the lakeside at Lough Gur, which is home to Ireland's oldest and largest stone circle, Ambient Orbit brings on site live field recordings mixed with ambient music to bring the atmosphere of solstice celebrations, folklore and history to you, wherever you are, on the longest day of the year. The broadcast includes live music performance and provides a beautiful soundscape for your rising hours.
RTÉ lyric fm, Wednesday 21st June, 5am-7am
THE FULL SCORE WITH LIZ NOLAN
On today's Full Score we'll hear the Irish Chamber Orchestra's recent performance of Bach's Goldberg Variations, directed from the violin by Henning Kraggerud. Liz Nolan presents a showcase of unabridged musical masterworks, featuring live recordings of Irish and international performers, plus selections from the latest CD releases.
RTÉ lyric fm, Thursday 22nd June, 1pm-4pm
RTÉ LYRIC LIVE WITH PAUL HERRIOTT
Paul Herriott broadcasts live from the West Cork Chamber Music Festival with the opening concert of the 2023 festival from the wonderful setting of the library in Bantry House.
Grazyna Bacewicz: Sonata da camera for violin and piano
Mairéad Hickey (violin) Jérémie Moreau (piano)
Schumann: Violin Sonata No.2 in D minor Op.121
Alina Ibragimova(violin) Cédric Tiberghien (piano)
Sean Shepherd: String Quartet No.3 (European Premiere)
Mozart: Quartet in C major K.465 'Dissonance'
RTÉ lyric fm, Friday 23rd June, 7pm-10pm