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Part of the BBC Proms. Donald Runnicles makes his first Proms appearance as Chief Conductor of tonight's orchestra in an all-British programme featuring former BBC Young Musician of the Year Nicola Benedetti in her Proms debut. Proms founder-conductor Henry Wood gave the world premiere of Serenade to Music at his Jubilee Concert in 1938; tonight's singers are from the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. Finsh time: approx. 22:00Performers Elin Pritchard (soprano), Marie Claire Breen (soprano), Emily Mitchell (soprano), Natalie Montakhab (soprano), Jemma Brown (mezzo-soprano), Beth Mackay (mezzo-soprano), Rebecca Afonwy-Jones (mezzo-soprano), Lynda-Jane Workman (mezzo-soprano), Stephen Chambers (tenor), Warren Gillespie (tenor), John Pumphrey (tenor), Ronan Busfield (tenor), James Birchall (bass), Owain Browne (bass), Michel de Souza (bass), Ashley Wass (piano), Nicola Beneditte (violin).
Conductor Donald Runnicles. Company BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra.
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