Proms 2002

Proms 2002

Prom 15: Nørgård Premiere

Strange the way things work out. Despite his stature as a composer and cultural thinker, Per Nørgård (born 1932) has had relatively few performances in

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PCM 2: Alexandre Tharaud

Young French pianist Alexandre Tharaud, with his clean-cut, preppy, schoolboy looks and neat technique, came to the Victoria & Albert’s Lecture Theatre with a programme

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Prom 13: Songs of Gurre

With its six soloists, massed choirs (albeit used sparingly) and vast orchestra (though at times a few more string desks would not have come amiss),

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Prom 10: A Wild Rumpus

Oliver Knussen’s 50th birthday has already been celebrated widely and it seems only fitting that the Proms should salute his unique contribution to our musical

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Prom 8: Bournemouth Symphony

Paul Daniel is a good organiser. Hans Werner Henze’s elaboration of Soler’s harpsichord fandango (the same piece that Roberto Sierra utilised in his enjoyable piece

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Prom 7: Barcelona Symphony

Spain, and its musical influence, is the theme running through this year’s Proms, and who better to present a largely Spanish programme than a home-grown

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