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Proms 2019

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Proms 2019 Calendar

  • Mon 19 Aug 2019

    • 13:00
      Royal Albert Hall

      Praised for a ‘radiant’ performance in Handel’s Theodora at the 2018 Proms, soprano Louise Alder returns to give a recital of songs from across Europe, including Lieder by both Mendelssohn and his sister Fanny Hensel, and songs by Rossini and Chopin.

      Praised for a ‘radiant’ performance in Handel’s Theodora at the 2018 Proms, soprano Louise Alder returns to give a recital of songs from across Europe, including Lieder by both Mendelssohn and his sister Fanny Hensel, and songs by Rossini and Chopin.

      Programme

          • Gretchen am Spinnrade(4 mins)
          • Nacht und Träume(3 mins)
          • Die Forelle(2 mins)
          • Auf Flügeln des Gesanges(4 mins)
          • Der Mond(2 mins)
          • Neue Liebe(2 mins)
          • Bergeslust(2 mins)
          • Warum sind denn die Rosen so blass(2 mins)
          • Nach Süden(2 mins)
          • Freudvoll und leidvoll(3 mins)
          • O lieb, so lang du lieben kannst(5 mins)
          • S'il est un charmant gazon(2 mins)
          • Oh! quand je dors(5 mins)
          • Comment, disaient-ils(3 mins)
          • Życzenie(2 mins)
          • Śliczny chłopiec(3 mins)
          • Canzonetta spagnuola(3 mins)

      Performers

      Also part of
      Proms at ...
      Proms at … Cadogan Hall 5: Louise Alder
    • 17:45
      Imperial College Union

      Seán Williams introduces tonight's Prom with readings from the works of Friedrich Schiller, including An Ode to Joy which forms part of the text for Beethoven’s Symphony No.9.

      Also part of
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      Proms Reading
    • 19:30
      Royal Albert Hall

      Sakari Oramo conducts Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony – Western music’s most powerful statement of universal fellowship. It is paired with two world premieres, including a much-anticipated Piano Concerto by Dieter Ammann, with soloist Andreas Haefliger.

      Sakari Oramo conducts Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony – Western music’s most powerful statement of universal fellowship. It is paired with two world premieres, including a much-anticipated Piano Concerto by Dieter Ammann, with soloist Andreas Haefliger.

      Programme

          • We Are One Fire(10 mins)BBC commission: world premiere
          • Piano Concerto(25 mins)BBC co-commission with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Konzerthaus Wien, Lucerne Festival, Münchner Philharmoniker and Taipei Symphony Orchestra, supported by Pro Helvetia, the Swiss Arts Council: world premiere
            • interval
            • Symphony No 9 in D minor, 'Choral'(70 mins)

        Performers

        Prom 43: Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony