Beverley Hear And Now

Episodes

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Summary20061001

Beverley Humphreys introduces the BBC National Orchestra of Wales' concert from St Asaph Cathedral as part of the North Wales International Music Festival.

Including music by Welsh composer William Mathias, alongside Tchaikovsky's Rococo Variations for cello under the baton of the orchestra's Principal Guest Conductor, Jac Van Steen.

Join Beverley Humphreys with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales on their USA Tour with pianist Llyr Williams.

Join Beverley Humphreys in Monmouth, as leader Lesley Hatfield directs the BBC National Orchestra of Wales in a celebration of folk-inspired music.

Highlights include Bartok's animated Rumanian Dances, Russian folk melodies inTchaikovsky's exquisite Serenade for Strings, and a British classic: Finzi's sparkling Clarinet Concerto, performed by principal clarinettist Robert Plane.

Plus, during the interval, a chance to hear the wind players of the orchestra in action, courtesy of the ensemble Quintillion.

Beverley Humphreys presents the BBC National Orchestra of Wales on tour from Aberystwyth, with violinist Philippe Graffin performing the beautiful Saint-Saens violin concerto No 3 under the baton of Principal Conductor Thierry Fischer.

Featuring Berlioz's exciting Roman Carnival Overture, and Schumann's tuneful 'Rhenish' symphony.

Beverley Humphreys introduces the BBC National Orchestra of Wales under Walter Weller, performing Tchaiovsky's dramatic fourth symphony and the elegant Schumann piano concerto.

Beverley Humphreys returns this week to introduce the BBC National Orchestra of Wales' visit to the Swansea Festival, directed by Howard Shelley.

Beverley Humphreys introduces the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, alongside the National Youth Orchestra and Chorus of Wales, as they join forces for an exciting programme featuring Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto and music by Walton.

Culminating with The Planets Suite by Gustav Holst, all under the baton of Andrew Litton.

Beverley Humphries introduces the National Orchestra of Wales performing in St David's Hall, Cardiff, playing a theme inspired by Manuel de Falla's Nights in the Gardens of Spain.

Summary20061001

Beverley Humphreys introduces the BBC National Orchestra of Wales' concert from St Asaph Cathedral as part of the North Wales International Music Festival.

Including music by Welsh composer William Mathias, alongside Tchaikovsky's Rococo Variations for cello under the baton of the orchestra's Principal Guest Conductor, Jac Van Steen.

Join Beverley Humphreys with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales on their USA Tour with pianist Llyr Williams.

Join Beverley Humphreys in Monmouth, as leader Lesley Hatfield directs the BBC National Orchestra of Wales in a celebration of folk-inspired music.

Highlights include Bartok's animated Rumanian Dances, Russian folk melodies inTchaikovsky's exquisite Serenade for Strings, and a British classic: Finzi's sparkling Clarinet Concerto, performed by principal clarinettist Robert Plane.

Plus, during the interval, a chance to hear the wind players of the orchestra in action, courtesy of the ensemble Quintillion.

Beverley Humphreys presents the BBC National Orchestra of Wales on tour from Aberystwyth, with violinist Philippe Graffin performing the beautiful Saint-Saens violin concerto No 3 under the baton of Principal Conductor Thierry Fischer.

Featuring Berlioz's exciting Roman Carnival Overture, and Schumann's tuneful 'Rhenish' symphony.

Beverley Humphreys introduces the BBC National Orchestra of Wales under Walter Weller, performing Tchaiovsky's dramatic fourth symphony and the elegant Schumann piano concerto.

Beverley Humphreys returns this week to introduce the BBC National Orchestra of Wales' visit to the Swansea Festival, directed by Howard Shelley.

Beverley Humphreys introduces the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, alongside the National Youth Orchestra and Chorus of Wales, as they join forces for an exciting programme featuring Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto and music by Walton.

Culminating with The Planets Suite by Gustav Holst, all under the baton of Andrew Litton.

Beverley Humphries introduces the National Orchestra of Wales performing in St David's Hall, Cardiff, playing a theme inspired by Manuel de Falla's Nights in the Gardens of Spain.