16/11/2011 Peggy Seeger, Mid Wales Opera, Stephen Hough, Steven Isserlis
Legendary folk singer and musician Peggy Seeger performs live in the studio. Peggy chats to presenter Suzy Klein about her incredible career as a songwriter, singer and multi-instrumentalist ahead of her upcoming performance at Kings Place.
Suzy also talks to Mid Wales Opera director Clare Williams about her production of Noah's Flood involving over a thousand young people. Plus pianist Stephen Hough and cellist Steven Isserlis visit the In Tune studio to discuss music, life and their upcoming projects.
"My Essential Symphony" continues with the TV presenter Penny Smith.
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