• Thu 8 Sep 2016

    • 19:00 Royal Albert Hall
      Prom 72
      • Ludwig van Beethoven 1770–1827
      • Violin Concerto in D major Violin Concerto in D major Also known as: Violin Concerto in D major, Op 61 (45 mins)
        • Nikolaj Znaider violin
        • Christian Thielemann conductor
        • Staatskapelle Dresden
      • INTERVAL
      • Max Reger 1873–1916
      • Variations and Fugue on a Theme by Mozart Variations and Fugue on a Theme by Mozart Also known as: Variations and Fugue on a Theme of Mozart, Op 132 (34 mins)
        • Staatskapelle Dresden
        • Christian Thielemann conductor
      • Richard Strauss 1864–1949
      • Till Eulenspiegels lustige Streiche (15 mins)
        • Staatskapelle Dresden
        • Christian Thielemann conductor
      • Nikolaj Znaider violin
      • Staatskapelle Dresden
      • Christian Thielemann conductor

      Beethoven’s Violin Concerto – performed by Nikolaj Znaider – opens the second of the Dresden orchestra’s Proms. In the second half, Reger’s Variations on a Theme by Mozart is paired with Strauss’s tone poem Till Eulenspiegels lustige Streiche.

  • Sun 28 Aug

    • 19:30 Royal Albert Hall
      Prom 57
      • Thomas Larcher b.1963
      • Symphony No 2
        Uk premiere (35 mins)
        • Elisabeth Kulman mezzo-soprano
        • BBC Symphony Orchestra
        • Semyon Bychkov conductor
      • Richard Wagner 1813–1883
      • Wesendonck-Lieder (21 mins)
        • Elisabeth Kulman mezzo-soprano
        • BBC Symphony Orchestra
        • Semyon Bychkov conductor
      • INTERVAL
      • Richard Strauss 1864–1949
      • An Alpine Symphony An Alpine Symphony Also known as: Eine Alpensinfonie, Op 64 (49 mins)
        • BBC Symphony Orchestra
        • Semyon Bychkov conductor
      • Elisabeth Kulman mezzo-soprano
      • BBC Symphony Orchestra
      • Semyon Bychkov conductor

      The UK premiere of Thomas Larcher’s Symphony No. 2 opens this BBC Symphony Orchestra Prom, before performances of Wagner’s Wesendonck Lieder and Strauss’s epic Alpine Symphony. Semyon Bychkov conducts.

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