BBC Proms

2019

2019: 1. The Last Night of the Proms from around the UK

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The traditional Last Night Proms in the Park celebrations from around the UK. YolanDa Brown and Josie d’Arby present a thrilling mix of classical and contemporary performances.

2019: Last Night of the Proms, part 2

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Katie Derham introduces live coverage from the Royal Albert Hall of the climax of the world’s greatest classical music festival, including the traditional Last Night classics.

2019: Last Night of the Proms, Part 1

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Katie Derham hosts the climax of the world's greatest classical music festival live from London's Royal Albert Hall.

2019: Jonny Greenwood Curates

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Radiohead lead guitarist and award-winning film composer Jonny Greenwood curates a late-night Prom culminating in the world premiere of his work Horror vacui, written for solo violin and 68 strings.

2019: Berlioz's Symphonie fantastique

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Mathew Baynton, Nicholas Collon and the Aurora Orchestra present Berlioz’s Symphonie fantastique from memory, in a specially devised production incorporating theatre, lighting and choreography.

2019: Elgar's Enigma

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The BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra performs music by Vaughan Williams, Brahms and a new work - a birthday tribute to conductor Martyn Brabbins - inspired by Elgar's 'Enigma' Variations.

Proms Encore 2019: Episode 7

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Katie Derham is joined by saxophonist Jess Gillam, baritone Gerald Finley and composer Daniel Kidane. Tom Service chats to maestro Sakari Oramo in an Austin Maestro and Jamie Barton sings out the show

2019: Ellington's Sacred Music

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In a Proms premiere, the Nu Civilisation Orchestra, conducted by Peter Edwards, re-imagine Duke Ellington's three sacred concerts.

2019: Shanghai Symphony Orchestra

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The Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Long Yu, makes its Proms debut in a programme including works by Qigang Chen, Rachmaninov and, with Eric Lu, Mozart’s Piano Concerto No 23 in A major.

2019: Happy Birthday Henry Wood!

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A 150th anniversary tribute to Sir Henry Wood, founder-conductor of the Proms, featuring many of the works he both premiered and arranged across nearly 50 years of the festival.
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