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17/11/2011 Richard Galliano, Rachel Podger, Alexander Romanovsky

Presented by Suzy Klein

Baroque violinist Rachel Podger performs live in the studio and talks to Suzy about her upcoming concerts directing the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment in a programme focused on London in the 1700s.

Richard Galliano is one of the world's most acclaimed accordion players and brings to the London Jazz Festival and the In Tune studio his tribute to film composer Nino Rota, whose scores include The Godfather and La Dolce Vita.

There is more live music from young Ukrainian pianist Alexander Romanovsky, a recent prize winner at the Tchaikovsky Competition, who is in the UK to perform with the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra.

Finally, artistic director of the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, Graham McKenzie, and this year's Composer in Residence Bent Sorensen will be talking about the upcoming festival.

Plus My Essential Symphony with the novelist Alan Hollinghurst.
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