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Sunday, November 10, 2013

Good Evans! Bill’s Composer of the Week

Radio 3’s Composer of the Week is Bill Evans. Five programmes over five days – Monday to Friday at 12 noon with a repeat each evening at 6:30 pm (Monday 6:15 pm).
Emily Dankworth, she of the dynasty, is in the Radio 3 In Tune studio, Monday, 4:30 pm. Tuesday, over on Radio2, Jamie Cullum features a session by Sons of Kemet. Shabaka Hutchings’ band – familiar to Newcastle jazz fans – goes on to play this year’s London Jazz Festival. The band can be heard live from Ronnie Scott’s in a Jazz on 3 London Jazz Festival special on Friday (11:00 pm) along with Medeski Martin and Wood. Earlier in the evening the gala opening – Jazz Voice – is broadcast live from the Barbican (7:30 pm) featuring a host of singers with Guy Barker conducting the London Jazz Festival Orchestra.  
Imagine (Tuesday November 12, BBC 1) presents Broadway Musicals: a Jewish Legacy. A treat is in store as a succession of talking heads pay tribute to Irving Berlin, George and Ira Gershwin, Jerome Kern, Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II and others.      
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1 comment :

Liz said...

Imagine, is a must for me!

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