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AO320130212"Presented by Katie Derham.

Live from the Maida Vale studios in London, the BBC Symphony Orchestra and conductor Jean Deroyer perform a concert of French music.

The soloist in Poulenc's Concert Champetre is Pascal Rogé, who also performs and talks about solo piano music by both Poulenc and Satie.

After the concert, the world premiere, recorded last month, of Malcolm Hayes' Byzantium with the BBC SO conducted by Garry Walker, and a piano lullaby by Oliver Knussen. The afternoon closes with the BBC SO under its chief conductor Jiri Belohlavek in music from his homeland: Dvorak's sinister symphonic poem The Water Goblin.

Fauré: Sicilienne

Poulenc: Concert Champêtre

Pascal Rogé (harpsichord)

Satie: Gymnopedie No. 1; Gnossiennes Nos. 2 & 5

Poulenc: Improvisations Nos. 12, 15 & 6

Pascal Rogé (piano)

3pm

Poulenc: Sinfonietta

BBC Symphony Orchestra

Jean Deroyer (conductor)

3.35pm

Malcolm Hayes: Byzantium (World Premiere)

BBC Symphony Orchestra

Garry Walker (conductor)

Oliver Knussen: Sonya's lullaby, Op. 16 (Part 2 of 'Triptych')

Richard Uttley (piano)

4pm

Dvorak: The Water Goblin

BBC Symphony Orchestra

Jiri Belohlavek (conductor)."

AO320130212"Presented by Katie Derham.

Live from the Maida Vale studios in London, the BBC Symphony Orchestra and conductor Jean Deroyer perform a concert of French music.

The soloist in Poulenc's Concert Champetre is Pascal Rogé, who also performs and talks about solo piano music by both Poulenc and Satie.

After the concert, the world premiere, recorded last month, of Malcolm Hayes' Byzantium with the BBC SO conducted by Garry Walker, and a piano lullaby by Oliver Knussen. The afternoon closes with the BBC SO under its chief conductor Jiri Belohlavek in music from his homeland: Dvorak's sinister symphonic poem The Water Goblin.

Fauré: Sicilienne

Poulenc: Concert Champêtre

Pascal Rogé (harpsichord)

Satie: Gymnopedie No. 1; Gnossiennes Nos. 2 & 5

Poulenc: Improvisations Nos. 12, 15 & 6

Pascal Rogé (piano)

3pm

Poulenc: Sinfonietta

BBC Symphony Orchestra

Jean Deroyer (conductor)

3.35pm

Malcolm Hayes: Byzantium (World Premiere)

Garry Walker (conductor)

Oliver Knussen: Sonya's lullaby, Op. 16 (Part 2 of 'Triptych')

Richard Uttley (piano)

4pm

Dvorak: The Water Goblin

Jiri Belohlavek (conductor)."