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Julian Lloyd Webber, James Ehnes, Andrew Armstrong

The cellist Julian Lloyd Webber joins Sean Rafferty in the In Tune studio ahead of a celebration of Delius' 150th anniversary with the Philharmonia Orchestra at the Southbank Centre. He will be performing works by the composer and John Ireland with his partner, cellist Jiaxin Cheng, accompanied by pianist Rebeca Omordia.

Violinist James Ehnes performs works by Beethoven and Bartok live in the studio with pianist Andrew Armstrong ahead of their appearance at the Wigmore Hall, London.

Director Will Wyatt talks to Sean about making a documentary film about two musical sisters, Toni and Rosi Grunschlag. The Grunschlag sisters lived together, rehearsed together and played together as a piano duo for 80 years - and escaped the Nazis together.

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Tue 24 Jan 2012 16:30

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