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20150605

BBC Music Night

LIVE from City Halls in Glasgow

Presented by Katie Derham and Ken Bruce

BBC Music Day culminates in a live gala concert from City Halls in Glasgow presented by Katie Derham and Ken Bruce, which is simulcast on Radio 2, Radio 3, Radio Scotland and the Asian Network. The BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra is joined by an exciting cross-genre line-up of artists including tenor Noah Stewart, the violinist Jack Liebeck, pop legends Lulu and Deacon Blue, Bhangra artist Jaz Dhami, Scots folk star Claire Hastings, harpist Catrin Finch and jazz pianist Jamie Cullum. They perform music with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Richard Balcombe, from classical repertoire to film music, jazz to rock and folk music to Jaz Dhami.

Music includes:

Bernstein: Overture Candide

Steve Sidwell (new arrangement): God Only Knows

Augustin Lara: Granada - Noah Stewart (tenor)

Frederick Loewe: My Fair Lady

Deacon Blue (arr. Martin Williams): Hipster (New arrgt Martin Williams)

Catrin Finch: Tros Y Garreg

Jaz Dhami: Aane se uske aaye bahaar

Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto (1st movement) - Jack Liebeck (violin)

Rimsky Korsakov: Procession of the Nobles

INTERVAL

Katie Derhams talks to some of the artists taking part in this special gala concert and looks back at highlights from BBC Music Day on Radio 3, from the BBC Singers singing on Hadrian's Wall to the world record attempt for the longest-distance duet between Cardiff and Patagonia.

Deacon Blue: Long Window To Love (new arrangement by Martin Williams)

Puccini: Recondita Armonia (Tosca) - Noah Stewart (tenor)

Catrin Finch: Solstice

Claire Hastings: Let Ramensky Go

Bernstein: Mambo (West Side Story)

Massenet: Meditation (Thais) - Jack Liebeck (violin)

Jaz Dhami: Mitayva

Lulu: To Sir With Love

BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra

Richard Balcombe (conductor).

20150605

BBC Music Night

LIVE from City Halls in Glasgow

Presented by Katie Derham and Ken Bruce

BBC Music Day culminates in a live gala concert from City Halls in Glasgow presented by Katie Derham and Ken Bruce, which is simulcast on Radio 2, Radio 3, Radio Scotland and the Asian Network. The BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra is joined by an exciting cross-genre line-up of artists including tenor Noah Stewart, the violinist Jack Liebeck, pop legends Lulu and Deacon Blue, Bhangra artist Jaz Dhami, Scots folk star Claire Hastings, harpist Catrin Finch and jazz pianist Jamie Cullum. They perform music with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Richard Balcombe, from classical repertoire to film music, jazz to rock and folk music to Jaz Dhami.

Music includes:

Bernstein: Overture Candide

Steve Sidwell (new arrangement): God Only Knows

Augustin Lara: Granada - Noah Stewart (tenor)

Frederick Loewe: My Fair Lady

Deacon Blue (arr. Martin Williams): Hipster (New arrgt Martin Williams)

Catrin Finch: Tros Y Garreg

Jaz Dhami: Aane se uske aaye bahaar

Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto (1st movement) - Jack Liebeck (violin)

Rimsky Korsakov: Procession of the Nobles

INTERVAL

Katie Derhams talks to some of the artists taking part in this special gala concert and looks back at highlights from BBC Music Day on Radio 3, from the BBC Singers singing on Hadrian's Wall to the world record attempt for the longest-distance duet between Cardiff and Patagonia.

Deacon Blue: Long Window To Love (new arrangement by Martin Williams)

Puccini: Recondita Armonia (Tosca) - Noah Stewart (tenor)

Catrin Finch: Solstice

Claire Hastings: Let Ramensky Go

Bernstein: Mambo (West Side Story)

Massenet: Meditation (Thais) - Jack Liebeck (violin)

Jaz Dhami: Mitayva

Lulu: To Sir With Love

BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra

Richard Balcombe (conductor).