Over the next few days Fiona Talkington presents concerts and sessions from the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra. In the first programme which starts at 2pm today you will be able to hear Richard Walthew’s clarinet concerto, which Rob recorded with the BBCSSO and Martyn Brabbins.
You can listen to today’s ‘Afternoon Concert’ here, with the Walthew being played in the last half an hour of the programme.
An update added after this news item was first published:
Today,the turn of Ruth Gipps’ Clarinet Concerto to get its first ever broadcast performance.A really significant,sadly neglected work with a divine slow movement @RWCMD @RVW_Trust @JIrelandtrust @BBCSSO #Reawakened https://t.co/XLaEUGEDka
— Robert Plane (@robertplane) September 22, 2020
Day 3 of #Reawakened clarinet concertos. Today the mighty, scintillating, gritty yet poetic concerto by Iain Hamilton. It’s a masterpiece! 2pm @BBCRadio3 @BBCSSO @CASSGB @RWCMD #RWCMDwoodwind @CreativeScots https://t.co/vkf7NUsY9G
— Robert Plane (@robertplane) September 23, 2020
Great to hear @robertplane talking so passionately about Iain Hamilton & the discovery of his brilliant 1951 Clarinet Concerto. Playing now with the @BBCSSO on #AfternoonConcert @BBCRadio3. The 3rd of their trio of #reawakened concertos #RGipps #Walthrewhttps://t.co/r3cvaunYXN
— Hannah French👩🏻🦽 (@hannahcfrench) September 23, 2020