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Bryn Terfel, Peter Pears, Daniel Hope, Zaide

Petroc Trelawny meets Bryn Terfel in Cardiff and marks the centenary of tenor Peter Pears in Aldeburgh. Plus violinist Daniel Hope on his new Bow Project.

On Music Matters today Petroc Trelawny travels to Cardiff to meet Bryn Terfel as he prepares for his debut as Hans Sachs in Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg. And we mark the centenary of English tenor Peter Pears with a visit to Aldeburgh to explore his legacy - not just as a musician and inspiration to Britten, but as a patron and collector of contemporary art. Plus violinist Daniel Hope on his online Bow Project which explores the roots of the violin, and a new production of Mozart's Zaide by the Classical Opera Company.

Producer: Jeremy Evans.

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