• Thu 11 Aug

    19:00 Royal Albert Hall
    Prom 35
    • Béla Bartók 1881–1945
    • Dance Suite (18 mins)
      • BBC National Orchestra of Wales
      • Thomas Søndergård conductor
    • Malcolm Hayes b.1951
    • Violin Concerto
      BBC commission: world premiere (24 mins)
      • Tai Murray violin
      • BBC National Orchestra of Wales
      • Thomas Søndergård conductor
    • INTERVAL
    • Antonin Dvorak 1841–1904
    • Symphony No 7 in D minor Symphony No 7 in D minor Also known as: Symphony No 7 in D minor, Op 70 (35 mins)
      • BBC National Orchestra of Wales
      • Thomas Søndergård conductor
    • Tai Murray violin
    • BBC National Orchestra of Wales
    • Thomas Søndergård conductor

    Thomas Søndergård conducts the BBC National Orchestra of Wales in a programme that includes the world premiere of Malcolm Hayes's Violin Concerto, performed by Tai Murray, and Dvořák’s Seventh Symphony.

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  • Fri 12 Aug

    19:30 Royal Albert Hall
    Prom 37
    • William Walton 1902–1983
    • Partita (16 mins)
      • BBC National Orchestra of Wales
      • Thomas Søndergård conductor
    • Huw Watkins b.1976
    • Cello Concerto
      BBC commission: world premiere (25 mins)
      • Paul Watkins cello
      • BBC National Orchestra of Wales
      • Thomas Søndergård conductor
    • INTERVAL
    • Anton Webern 1883–1945
    • Passacaglia Passacaglia Also known as: Passacaglia, Op 1 (11 mins)
      • BBC National Orchestra of Wales
      • Thomas Søndergård conductor
    • Johannes Brahms 1833–1897
    • Symphony No 4 in E minor Symphony No 4 in E minor Also known as: Symphony No 4 in E minor, Op 98 (39 mins)
      • BBC National Orchestra of Wales
      • Thomas Søndergård conductor
    • Paul Watkins cello
    • BBC National Orchestra of Wales
    • Thomas Søndergård conductor

    Thomas Søndergård conducts a varied programme, ranging from Stokowski’s orchestral transcription of Bach’s Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor to the world premiere of Huw Watkins’s Cello Concerto. The evening closes with Brahms’s Symphony No. 4.

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