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London PROM 22 Mozart,Knussen & Mahler
Monday July 30 at 7.30pm LIVE on BBC Radio3 from the Royal Albert Hall!

After almost a decade at the helm of the BBC Philharmonic, Gianandrea Noseda (now returning as the orchestra’s Conductor Laureate) opens with Mozart’s famous overture, by turns solemn, impetuous and edgy.

Next we celebrate the 60th birthday of Oliver Knussen, one of British music’s great originals, who found an individual voice while still in his teens. From dreaming sleep to a dawn awakening, the Second Symphony (1971) takes us through a landscape of iridescent colour with a vocal line that soars to stratospheric heights.

Knussen’s nocturnal sequence finds a counterpart in the two ‘Night Music’ movements of Mahler’s Seventh Symphony, his own all-encompassing journey from darkness to light.
Maestro in the fast lane
“…that whirlwind energy is taking this personable Italian right to the top.”
Richard Morrison of the Times interviews Gianandrea Noseda about Italy, opera and the LSO.
Luisa Miller at La Scala
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In this month's edition of the Gramophone Podcast, editor-in-chief James Jolly talks to EMI pianist HJ Lim about recording Beethoven sonatas, whilst editor Martin Cullingford talks to Janina Fialkowska about her new Chopin disc on Atma Classique, and Gianandrea Noseda reflects on recording Britten's War Requiem for LSO Live, 50 years after the work was premiered.