- Symphony No 9 in E minor, 'From the New World'(45 mins)
- Fanfare for the Common Man(4 mins)
- Fanfare for the Uncommon Woman No 1(3 mins)
- Momoprécoce(28 mins)
- Estancia – suite(12 mins)
- Pé de Vento from Suíte Popular Brasileira, orch. Nelson Ayres(3 mins)Encore
About this event
Music from both American hemispheres features tonight. First the masterpiece through which the Bohemian Dvořák, resident in New York, sought to establish an American musical identity, a symphony exuding nostalgia for his own native woods and fields.
Later comes Copland’s iconic Fanfare and highlights from Ginastera’s best-known score. Joan Tower, whose childhood was spent partly in Bolivia, celebrates ‘women who take risks and are adventurous’, while distinguished Brazilian pianist Nelson Freire returns to the Proms to play one of Villa-Lobos’s most attractive compositions.
Discover the Music Download a short audio guide published on the day about a key work in tonight’s Prom: Andrew McGregor talks about Dvořák's Symphony No. 9 in E minor, 'From the New World'.