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Susan Sharpe presents chamber music from Norway, including works by Debussy and Franck.
Petroc Trelawny presents music by Mozart, Duke Ellington, Rossini and Jerome Kern.
Rob Cowan presents essential musical portraits, and is joined by portraitist Jonathan Yeo.
1/5 Donald Macleod reflects on how self portraiture is represented by Richard Strauss's music.
Leon McCawley plays piano music by Chopin, Debussy and Schumann at Wigmore Hall, London.
Louise Fryer presents music by Berlioz, Sibelius, Barber, Janacek and Shostakovich.
With music from Ensemble 360 and David Owen Norris, plus actor Malcolm Sinclair.
Tom Service examines the methods and techniques of musical portraiture.
1/2 BBC Concert Orchestra/Barry Wordsworth in music by Coates, Copland and Virgil Thomson.
Stephen Johnson explores the world of musical characterisation in opera.
2/2 Barry Wordsworth conducts the BBC Concert Orchestra in Elgar's Enigma Variations.
Philip Dodd examines the nature of portraiture at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery.
1/5 Artist Maggi Hambling describes a self-portrait she made to 'sort the muddle in her life'.
Jez Nelson presents musical portraits by Tom Challenger and Shabaka Hutchings.
Susan Sharpe with a concert given in Switzerland, featuring Italian baroque choral music.
Tuesday 8 May 2012