In Tune Highlights

In Tune Highlights

Highlights from BBC Radio 3’s weekday drivetime programme In Tune - featuring interviews with guests from the world of music and the arts. In Tune is broadcast every weekday 4.30-6.30pm, presented by Sean Rafferty or Suzy Klein.

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Recent episodes (10)

  • Sir John Tomlinson 24 NOV 2014

    Mon, 24 Nov 14

    Duration:
    12 mins

    Legendary bass Sir John Tomlinson talks to Sean Rafferty about performing in Tristan at the Royal Opera House, and a memorial concert for Leslie Head, a man who helped many young musicians in their early careers.

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  • Dame Emma Kirkby 21 NOV 14

    Fri, 21 Nov 14

    Duration:
    11 mins

    Dame Emma Kirkby talks to Sean Rafferty about her career as an early music specialist with particular emphasis on lutesong, and her working relationship with lutenist Jakob Lindberg.

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  • Peter Sellars 20 NOV 2014

    Thu, 20 Nov 14

    Duration:
    11 mins

    Director Peter Sellars on John Adams' The Gospel According to the Other Mary at English National Opera

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  • Alamire's David Skinner 19 NOV 2014

    Thu, 20 Nov 14

    Duration:
    11 mins

    David Skinner, the director of the acclaimed consort Alamire, talks to Sean Rafferty about their new CD 'The Spy's Choirbook', a collection of music of Continental Europe from the early sixteenth century, all drawn from the manuscripts of Petrus Alamire himself. David tells the fascinating story of Alamire's supposed opposition to Henry VIII, and how composer's of the time used music to convey secret messages.

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  • Jay Rayner's Hungry Jazz 18 NOV 2014

    Tue, 18 Nov 14

    Duration:
    14 mins

    The Observer's food critic and Masterchef judge Jay Rayner turns his hand(s) to the piano, and performs jazz with his quartet ahead of their gig at The Crazy Coqs.

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  • Clare Teal 17 NOV 2014

    Mon, 17 Nov 14

    Duration:
    14 mins

    Jazz singer and broadcaster Clare Teal discusses starting out as a singer, coffee, her hero Ella Fitzgerald and the EFG London Jazz Festival. Includes Steve Wright's 'Jazz Factoids', featuring Sean Rafferty.

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  • William Christie 17 NOV 2014

    Mon, 17 Nov 14

    Duration:
    10 mins

    Conductor and harpsichordist William Christie on his passion for Handel, staging ballets by Rameau, and forming his Baroque ensemble Les Arts Florissants in 1979

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  • Abdullah Ibrahim 14 NOV 2014

    Mon, 17 Nov 14

    Duration:
    5 mins

    Last week the London Jazz Festival began it's 22nd year with a host of concerts including one by jazz piano legend Abdullah Ibrahim, who peformed with his septet Ekaya as well as a brand new trio. Ahead of this concert, Abdullah joined Suzy Klein on the line to talk about his early days as a pianist, the music that influenced him most, and his thoughts on still performing at 80.

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  • Julian Rachlin 13 NOV 2014

    Fri, 14 Nov 14

    Duration:
    10 mins

    Violinist-turned-conductor Julian Rachlin is the Royal Northern Sinfonia's new Principal Guest Conductor, who believes "they qualify as one of the finest chamber orchestras in the world".

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  • Denis Matsuev 12 NOV 2014

    Wed, 12 Nov 14

    Duration:
    11 mins

    Russian pianist Denis Matsuev aka 'The Siberian Bear' discusses performing and touring with the LSO and Valery Gergiev, taking risks in performance and his love of jazz

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