• Mon 18 Jul 2016

    • 19:30 Royal Albert Hall
      Prom 4
      • Maurice Ravel 1875–1937
      • Boléro (16 mins)
        • Munich Philharmonic Orchestra
        • Valery Gergiev conductor
      • Sergei Rachmaninov 1873–1943
      • Piano Concerto No 3 in D minor (42 mins)
        • Behzod Abduraimov piano
        • Munich Philharmonic Orchestra
        • Valery Gergiev conductor
      • INTERVAL
      • Galina Ustvolskaya 1919–2006
      • Symphony No 3 'Jesus Messiah, save us!' (14 mins)
        • Munich Philharmonic Orchestra
        • Valery Gergiev conductor
        • Alexei Petrenko reciter
      • Richard Strauss 1864–1949
      • Der Rosenkavalier Suite (25 mins)
        • Munich Philharmonic Orchestra
        • Valery Gergiev conductor
      • Behzod Abduraimov piano
      • Alexei Petrenko reciter
      • Munich Philharmonic Orchestra
      • Valery Gergiev conductor

      This evening’s programme opens with Ravel’s Boléro and closes with Strauss’s Der Rosenkavalier suite. In between there’s a rare chance to hear Galina Ustvolskaya’s Third Symphony.

  • Sun 31 Jul

    • 15:45 Royal Albert Hall
      Prom 21
      • Wolfgang Rihm b.1952
      • Gejagte Form (2002 version) (13 mins)
        • Aurora Orchestra
        • Nicholas Collon conductor
      • Richard Strauss 1864–1949
      • Oboe Concerto in D major (25 mins)
        • François Leleux oboe
        • Aurora Orchestra
        • Nicholas Collon conductor
      • INTERVAL
      • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 1756–1791
      • Symphony No 41 in C major, 'Jupiter' Symphony No 41 in C major, 'Jupiter' Also known as: Symphony No 41 in C major, 'Jupiter', K 551 (33 mins)
        • Aurora Orchestra
        • Nicholas Collon conductor
        • Tom Service presenter
      • François Leleux oboe
      • Aurora Orchestra
      • Nicholas Collon conductor
      • Tom Service presenter

      Nicholas Collon and the Aurora Orchestra return to the Proms to perform Richard Strauss’s Oboe Concerto and Mozart’s ‘Jupiter’ Symphony. Tom Service presents.

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  • Sat 6 Aug

    • 19:30 Royal Albert Hall
      Prom 29
      • Iris ter Schiphorst b.1956
      • Gravitational Waves
        BBC co-commission with the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain: London premiere (8 mins)
        • National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain
        • Edward Gardner conductor
      • Richard Strauss 1864–1949
      • Also sprach Zarathustra Also sprach Zarathustra Also known as: Also sprach Zarathustra, Op 30 (34 mins)
        • National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain
        • Edward Gardner conductor
      • INTERVAL
      • Gustav Holst 1874–1934
      • The Planets (incl. Colin Matthews's Pluto, the Renewer) The Planets (incl. Colin Matthews's Pluto, the Renewer) Also known as: The Planets, Op 32 (incl. Colin Matthews movement) (59 mins)
        • CBSO Youth Chorus (women's voices)
        • National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain
        • Edward Gardner conductor
      • CBSO Youth Chorus (women's voices)
      • National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain
      • Edward Gardner conductor

      Edward Gardner conducts the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain and the women of the City of Birmingham Youth Chorus in Strauss’ Also sprach Zarathustra and Holst’s The Planets. The programme opens with a new work by Iris ter Schiphorst.

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  • 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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  • Thu 8 Sep

    • 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.

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