BBC Concert Orchestra: Music to Die For
From the Royal Festival Hall in London, the BBC Concert Orchestra performs music from stage and screen with the theme of death and mortality. Presented by Simon Callow.
Music to Die For
From the Royal Festival Hall in London, presented by Simon Callow. The BBC Concert Orchestra and Principal Conductor Keith Lockhart shine a spotlight on some of the murkier corners of death and mortality, featuring music from stage and screen, and with help of singers Anna-Jane Casey and Adrian Der Gregorian from music theatre.
Rogers: Carousel Waltz
Wagner: Liebestod (Tristan und Isolde)
Patrick Doyle:'The Creation' from Mary Shelley's Frankenstein
W.Kilar: 'Love Remembered' from Bram Stoker's Dracula
John Williams: 'Night Journeys' from Dracula: A Love Story
Janacek: Suite from The Cunning Little Vixen
Alan Silvestri: End Credits from Death Becomes Her
Nick Laird-Clowes: Theme from About Time
Rodney Bennett: 'Love Theme' from Four Weddings and a Funeral
Morley: 'Venturing Forth'; 'Final Struggle & Triumph' from Watership Down
Sondheim: 'A Little Priest' from Sweeney Todd
William Finn: 'Anytime (I Am There)' from Elegies
Rogers & Hammerstein:'You'll Never Walk Alone' from Carousel
Anna-Jane Casey and Adrian Der Gregorian (singers)
BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor Keith Lockhart
Followed by music by past recipients of the Women Make Music Fund from PRS Foundation - in anticipation of International Women's Day on Wednesday.
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- Mon 6 Mar 2017 19:30