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22 July 2013
Benjamin Britten: Peter Grimes, Four Sea Interludes
Oxford County Youth Orchestra / TBC.
Basilica di San Pietro, Perugia, Italy
Sergei Rachmaninoff: Symphony No.2 in E minor
Wiener Symphoniker / Paul Daniel
Festspielhaus, Bregenz, Austria
Benjamin Britten: The Holy Sonnets of John Donne
Anton Nel, piano
Harris Concert Hall, Aspen, CO, USA
Harrison Birtwistle: Betty Freeman: Her Tango
Gloria Cheng, piano
Preston Hall, Mendocino, CA, USA
Richard Strauss: Elektra
Patrice Chereau, director / Herlitzius / Meier / Pieczonka / Petrenko / Randle / Mazura / Coro Gulbenkian / Orchestre de Paris / Esa-Pekka Salonen
Grand Théâtre de Provence, Aix-en-Provence, France
Sets: Richard Peduzzi; Lighting: Dominique Bruguiere; Costumes: Caroline de Vivaise
Igor Stravinsky: The Rite of Spring
Akram Khan Company
Museumsquartier Halle E, Wien, Austria
Alberto Ginastera: Concerto per corde
Australian Chamber Orchestra / Patricia Kopatchinskaja
Arts Centre, Melbourne, Australia
BBC Proms Season 2013
Royal Albert Hall, London, United KingdomThis will be is the 119th year of the Proms and it still remains true to its original aim: to present the widest possible range of music, performed to the highest standards, to large audiences.
The first Proms concert took place on 10 August 1895 and was the brainchild of the impresario Robert Newman, manager of the newly built Queen's Hall in London.
While Newman had previously organised symphony orchestra concerts at the hall, his aim was to reach a wider audience by offering more popular programmes, adopting a less formal promenade arrangement, and keeping ticket prices low. Information taken from the BBC Proms Offical Website
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