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BBC Proms

Season 2010 2010
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  • 2010-07-16T20:00:00Z on BBC Four
  • 180 mins
  • 3 days, 6 hours, 0 mins (26 episodes)
  • United Kingdom
  • English
  • Music
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The BBC Proms is an eight-week summer season of daily orchestral classical music concerts.

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26 episodes

2010x01 First Night -Mahler Symphony no 8 in E Flat major

  • Season Premiere

    2010-07-16T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Mahler Symphony No. 8 in E flat major
'Symphony of a Thousand' (82 mins)

Mardi Byers: soprano
Twyla Robinson: soprano
Malin Christensson: soprano
Stephanie Blythe: mezzo-soprano
Kelley O'Connor: mezzo-soprano
Stefan Vinke: tenor
Hanno Müller-Brachmann: bass-baritone
Tomasz Konieczny: bass

Choristers of St Paul's Cathedral
Choristers of Westminster Abbey
Choristers of Westminster Cathedral
BBC Symphony Chorus
Crouch End Festival Chorus
Sydney Philharmonia Choirs

BBC Symphony Orchestra
Jirí Belohlávek conductor

2010x02 Wagner - Die Meistersinger

  • 2010-07-17T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Wagner: The Mastersingers of Nuremberg

An Opera in Three Acts

Concert staging, sung in German

Bryn Terfel: Hans Sachs
Raymond Very: Walther von Stoltzing
Amanda Roocroft: Eva
Christopher Purves: Beckmesser
Andrew Tortise: David
Anna Burford: Magdalene
David Soar: Nightwatchman
Brindley Sherratt: Pogner
Simon Thorpe: Kothner
David Stout: Nachtigall
Paul Hodges: Schwartz
Rhys Meirion: Zorn
Andrew Rees: Eisslinger
Stephen Rooke: Moser
Arwel Huw Morgan: Foltz
Geraint Dodd: Vogelgesang
Owen Webb: Ortel

Chorus and Orchestra of Welsh National Opera
Lothar Koenigs conductor

Schumann - Manfred, Op 115 (orch. Gustav Mahler)
Rachmaninov - Piano Concerto No. 2 in C minor
Tchaikovsky - Manfred

2010x06 Beethoven

  • 2010-07-21T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Beethoven

Overture - 'Egmont'

Piano Concerto No. 1 in C Major

The Creatures of Prometheus Overture

Piano Concerto No. 4 in G major

2010x08 Britten-Prokofiev-Shostakovich

  • 2010-07-22T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Britten: Sinfonia da Requiem
Prokofiev: Piano Concerto No. 1 in D flat major
Alexander Toradze, piano
Shostakovich: Symphony No. 7 in C major, 'Leningrad'

BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Thierry Fischer conductor

2010x10 Doctor Who at the Proms

  • 2010-07-24T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Doctor Who returns to the Proms with a new show hosted by the stars of the series - Karen Gillan (aka the Doctor's companion Amy Pond), Arthur Darvill (aka Rory Williams) and featuring a special guest appearance by Matt Smith (aka the Doctor).
The concert features Murray Gold's music for the television series, including his latest re-imagining of Ron Grainier's classic theme tune performed by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, the London Philharmonic Choir, soloists Yamit Mamo and Mark Chambers, and conducted by Ben Foster.
With exclusive behind-the-scenes access, specially-edited sequences from the most recent series, a host of monsters laying siege to the Royal Albert Hall and a new scene written especially for the Proms by Steven Moffat and featuring the Time Lord himself, this is an intergalactic musical adventure like no other.

2010x16 Wagner, Beethoven & Dvorak

  • 2010-07-29T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Wagner - Rienzi Overture

Beethoven - Piano Concerto No. 2 in B flat major

Dvorak - Symphony No. 9 in E minor

2010x18 Dean-Mahler-Shostakovich

  • 2010-07-29T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Brett Dean: Amphitheatre (London premiere) (10 mins)

Mahler: Des Knaben Wunderhorn – selection (23 mins)
Ekaterina Gubanova mezzo-soprano

Shostakovich: Symphony No. 10 in E minor (50 mins)

The Australian Youth Orchestra
Sir Mark Elder conductor

2010x19 Sondheim at 80

  • 2010-07-30T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Marking the 80th birthday of one of Broadway's great innovators, this first ever all-Sondheim Prom draws together leading figures of the opera and theatre worlds, plus some further special guests.

Bryn Terfel – a magnetic Sweeney Todd, as he proved at the Royal Festival Hall in 2007 – leads a starry cast, joined by aspiring young performers supported by the BBC Performing Arts Fund. On the bill are excerpts from the horror-opera Sweeney Todd, the Ingmar Bergman-inspired A Little Night Music and the fairy-tale compendium of Into the Woods, as well as excerpts from Company, Pacific Overtures and Sunday in the Park with George.

2010x24 Mahler Symphony No.3 in D minor

  • 2010-08-04T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Mahler: Symphony No. 3 in D minor (100 mins)

Karen Cargill: mezzo-soprano
Edinburgh Festival Chorus (women's voices)
Royal Scottish National Orchestra Junior Chorus
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
Donald Runnicles conductor

Sung in German, Fixed subtitles in English, commentary in English

Mahler Symphony No. 5 in C sharp minor

World Orchestra for Peace
Valery Gergiev conductor

2010x27 Foulds, Beethoven & R. Strauss

  • 2010-08-06T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Foulds - April England Op. 48 No. 1

Beethoven - Piano Concerto No. 3 in C minor

R. Strauss - Ein Heldenleben

Paul Dukas - L' apprenti sorcier
Julian Anderson - Fantasias
Berlioz - Symphonie fantastique, Op 14

2010x36 Chopin-Ravel

  • 2010-08-12T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Chopin: Piano Concerto No. 2 in F minor
Encore - Gluck, transcribed Sgambati: Excerpt from Orfeo et Eurydice
Nelson Freire: piano

Ravel: Daphnis and Chloë – Suite No. 2

BBC Symphony Orchestra
Lionel Bringuier conductor

Katy Derham, Hostess

2010x37 Verdi-Dallapiccola-Bruch-Schumann

  • 2010-08-13T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Verdi: La forza del destino – overture (8 mins)

Dallapiccola Partita (27 mins)
Sarah Tynan: soprano

Bruch: Violin Concerto No.1 in G minor (25 mins)
James Ehnes: violin
Encore - Paganini: Caprice 16

Schumann Symphony No. 4 in D minor (revised version) (38 mins)

BBC Philharmonic
Gianandrea Noseda conductor

Vocals with fixed English subtitles
Commentary in English
Interval cut

2010x39 Orchestral J. S. Bach

  • 2010-08-14T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

J. S. Bach, orch. Stokowski: Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV 565 (10 mins)
J. S. Bach, orch. Henry Wood: 'Suite No. 6' - Prelude; Finale (6 mins)
Tarik O'Regan: Latent Manifest (5 mins)
(BBC commission: world premiere)
Walton: The Wise Virgins – suite (21 mins)
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Andrew Litton conductor

During interval: Brandenburg Concerto No. 2, recorded earlier in the day
English Baroque Soloists
Sir John Eliot Gardiner conductor

Grainger: Blithe Bells (4 mins)
J. S. Bach, arr. Sargent: Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D major, BWV 1068 - Air (6 mins)
Alissa Firsova: Bach Allegro (5 mins)
(BBC commission: world premiere)
J. S. Bach, arr. Bantock: Chorale Prelude 'Wachet auf, ruft uns due Stimme', BWV 645 (5 mins)
J. S. Bach, arr. Respighi: Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor, BWV 582 (13 mins)
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Andrew Litton conductor

Commentary in English

2010x42 In memoriam Benjamin Britten

  • 2010-08-17T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Arvo Pärt: Cantus in memoriam Benjamin Britten (7 mins)

Britten: Four Sea Interludes from 'Peter Grimes' (17 mins)

Huw Watkins: Violin Concerto
(BBC commission: world premiere) (20 mins)
Alina Ibragimova: violin

Shostakovich: Symphony No. 5 in D minor (50 mins)

BBC Symphony Orchestra
Edward Gardner conductor

2010x46 The Philharmonia Orchestra

  • 2010-08-20T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

The Philharmonia Orchestra play Mosolov's The Foundry, Pärt's Symphony No. 4 "Los Angeles", Ravel's Piano Concerto for the Left Hand & Scriabin's The Poem of Ecstasy.

Oklahoma: excerpts (13 mins)
Carousel: excerpts (26 mins)
South Pacific: excerpts (17 mins)
The King and I: (arr. Edward B. Powell) Overture (6 mins)
Flower Drum Song: excerpts (11 mins)
The Sound of Music: excerpts (12 mins)

Cast includes:
Kim Criswell
Sierra Boggess
Anna-Jane Casey
Julian Ovenden
Rod Gilfry

Maida Vale Singers
John Wilson Orchestra
John Wilson conductor

2010x54 Turnage-Barber-Sibelius

  • 2010-08-26T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Mark-Anthony Turnage: Hammered Out
(BBC co-commission with LA Philharmonic: world premiere) (c15 mins)

Barber: Violin Concerto (25 mins)
Encore: J. S. Bach: Gavotte en rondeau from Violin Partita 3
Gil Shaham: violin

Sibelius Symphony: No. 2 in D major (40 mins)

BBC Symphony Orchestra
David Robertson conductor

Commentary in English

An evening with the British singer-songwriter Jamie Cullum, as he makes his debut at the Proms. The Heritage Orchestra, one of the most exciting new young orchestras to emerge in the last decade, joins him onstage at the Royal Albert Hall for a wide-ranging programme that promises both new arrangements and some special guests.

2010x62 Hindemith-Mahler-Bruckner

  • 2010-08-31T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Hindemith: Symphony 'Mathis der Maler'. Hindemith’s Symphony ‘Mathis der Maler’ (‘Mathis the Painter’) is often said to have been extracted from his opera of the same name. Certainly the same music appears in both, but the symphony was the earlier work. In 1933, the year of the Nazi seizure of power, Hindemith accepted the suggestion of his publisher Willy Strecker that he should compose an opera based on the life of the Renaissance painter Matthias Grünewald (c1475/80–1528), whose real name was Mathis Gothart Nithart. Grünewald’s masterpiece is the set of paintings executed at the beginning of the 16th century on the altar for the hospital of the monastery at Isenheim in Alsace. Now preserved in Colmar, near Strasbourg, this Isenheim altar-piece is well known in Germany as one of the supreme treasures of late
German medieval art.

Mahler: Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen (17 mins). Christian Gerhaher: baritone. The Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen (‘Songs of a Wayfaring Lad’), composed between 1883 and 1885, left a particularly strong imprint on the roughly contemporary First Symphony. The first verse of the second song, ‘Ging heut’ morgen über’s Feld’, forms the main theme of that symphony’s first movement – and a fair amount of its continuation; while the final verse of the fourth song (beginning ‘Auf der Strasse steht ein Lindenbaum’ – ‘Upon the road there stands a linden tree’) reappears as the Trio section of the First Symphony’s sinister Funeral March. This connection emphasises something the casual reader of the Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen texts might miss: that the linden tree under which the wandering boy finds peace is a symbol of death. In the song, we have just a couple of bars of the opening funereal tune to cloud the quiet ecstasy of the singer’s final words: ‘All was well again! All! All! Love and sorrow, the world and dreams!’ That opposition – warm, soothing hope one moment, cold emptiness t

2010x63 Rameau-Canteloube-Matalon

  • 2010-09-01T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Rameau: Dardanus – suite (18 mins)

Canteloube: Songs from the Auvergne – selection (25 mins):
Pastourelle
Deux Bourrées: N'ai pas iéu de mio
Une jionto pastouro
Té, l'co té!
Bailero
Malurous qu'o uno fenno
Anna Caterina Antonacci: soprano

Martin Matalon: Lignes de fuite
UK premiere) (18 mins)

Mussorgsky, arr. Henry Wood: Pictures at an Exhibition (30 mins)

BBC National Orchestra of Wales
François-Xavier Roth conductor

Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra/Rattle. Rattle conducts his orchestra, still rated top in the world, in Beethoven's Symphony No 4 and Mahler's Symphony No 1, then the following night soprano Karita Mattila sings Richard Strauss's Four Last Songs in a concert that includes Wagner, Berg and Schoenberg.

2010x69 Royal Scottish National Orchestra

  • 2010-09-06T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

The Royal Scottish National Orchestra and its French-born Music Director, Stéphane Denève, join Paul Lewis as he rounds off his cycle of the five Beethoven piano concertos with the last and most proudly majestic of them all.

Taking up this afternoon's Italian theme, they play spectacular orchestral showpieces by Berlioz and Respighi, inspired respectively by Rome's lively street life and its imperial past; while, cementing Celtic connections, they introduce a recent symphonic suite drawn from the Scottish composer James MacMillan's opera The Sacrifice, inspired by the medieval folk tales of The Mabinogion and premiered to great acclaim by Welsh National Opera in 2007.

* Berlioz Overture 'Roman Carnival' (9 mins)
* Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 5 in E flat major, Op. 73 'Emperor' (38 mins)

* interval

* James Macmillan The Sacrifice – Three Interludes
  (London premiere) (15 mins)
* Respighi Pines of Rome (23 mins)

* Paul Lewis piano

* Royal Scottish National Orchestra
* Stéphane Denève conductor

2010x76 Last Night of The Proms

  • 2010-09-11T20:00:00Z — 180 mins

Tradition meets high jinks as Jiří Bělohlávek conducts his second Last Night, while the spirit of Henry Wood presides, as always, over the grand finale of the Proms. Renée Fleming lends her lustrous soprano to music by Strauss, Dvořák and Smetana. Former Radio 3 New Generation Artist Maxim Rysanov gives Tchaikovsky's popular cello variations a new voice, and loyal Prommers can spot the last traces of the season's Wood, Parry, Wagner, Rodgers and Hammerstein and opera themes.

A festive new piece by Jonathan Dove opens the evening; a contemporary hornpipe forms an upbeat to anniversary composer Arne's Rule, Britannia!; and audiences around the UK can join the Royal Albert Hall crowd in singing along to excerpts from Lohengrin and Carousel in a climax to the BBC's opera season

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