Suzy Klein looks back over five weeks of compelling performances from one of the strongest concerto finals in the competition's history, before introducing the remaining competitor - the intense 25-year-old American, Andrew Tyson. His choice of Rachmaninov's achingly romantic but technically demanding third piano concerto promises to bring the final to a triumphant conclusion. Can he rise to the challenge and produce the performance of his career?
Regular guests Tom Poster and Noriko Ogawa offer their expert analysis on all the performances and pick their own favourites, followed by competition founder Dame Fanny Waterman making the long-awaited announcement of this year's first-prize winner.
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