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Susan Sharpe presents a concert by the KBS Orchestra with pianist Freddy Kempf.
Rob Cowan presents wide-ranging music.
Sarah Walker presents music by Herold, Rameau, d'Indy, Porter, Faure, Ravel and Pergolesi.
4/5 Donald Macleod explores Steve Reich's 'video opera' The Cave and Different Trains.
3/4 LSO principal oboist Emmanuel Abbuhl in CPE Bach, Britten, Berio, Kalliwoda and Schumann.
Penny Gore presents a performance of Tchaikovsky's opera The Queen of Spades.
Sean Rafferty is joined by Nigel North, Tom Kerstens, Gerald Finley and Julius Drake.
The SCO and pianist Piotr Anderszewski perform Beethoven, Mendelsohn and Mozart.
Philip Dodd debates the question of what we really want from universities and graduates.
Poet and critic Andrew Motion explores the connection between walking and writing. (R)
Max Reinhardt welcomes All Hallows with ghost songs, trance music and motets.
Susan Sharpe with a recital of Schumann by tenor Jan Van Elsacker and Claire Chevallier.
Friday 29 October 2010