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John Shea presents a trio of early opera excerpts by Purcell, Rameau and Handel.
Petroc Trelawny presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show.
With Sarah Walker. Including Sibelius: En Saga, Op 9 (original version).
3/5 Donald Macleod explores Mozart's fateful trip to Paris, during which time his mother died.
2/4 Tasmin Little (violin), John Lenehan (piano) in Kreisler, Bach, Grieg, Bartok, Tchaikovsky
3/4 The BBC Philharmonic in a live concert from Salford. With Verdi, Prokofiev and Brahms.
From Sheffield Cathedral.
Sean Rafferty presents, with conductor Kristjan Jarvi and live music from Hugh Masekela
1/2 AAM/Richard Egarr in Lully: De profundis; Regina coeli laetare. Charpentier: Sonate a huit
Stephen Johnson explores the blend of theatre and church in Lully's sacred music.
2/2 Richard Egarr conducts the Academy of Ancient Music in music by Lully and Marais.
Philip Dodd explores the influence of Jean-Jacques Rousseau 300 years after his birth.
3/5 Geoff Dyer celebrates sporting competitors who have shown 'grace'.
Max Reinhardt with music by Laetitia Sadier, Nina Simone, Andrew Bird and Philip Glass.
Kirill Karabits conducts the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra at the BBC Proms.
Thursday 28 June 2012