Elsewhere, a selection of songs from Mahler's Des Knaben Wunderhorn is sung by Dutch baritone Henk Neven, who has been described variously as 'outstanding' (Sunday Times), an 'exceptional voice' (The Guardian) and a singer with 'astonishing technical finesse' (The Times).
Jacob Ter Veldhuis, composer of self-styled 'avant-garde pop', collaborated with Jörgen van Rijen to create 'I was like WOW!' for trombone and video, a melodious and poignant meditation on the stories of Iraq War veterans. Van Rijen, who is principal trombonist of the Royal Concertgebouw who is principal trombonist of the Royal Concertgebouw and Lucerne Festival Orchestras.
Queen Elizabeth Hall at 6.15pm - pre-concert talk. Free. The Philadelphia Enquirer said 'some musicians express their deepest thoughts through playing. Others have a gift for beautifully articulating in words what they do and why they do it. Both qualities happen to reside in pianist Jonathan Biss'.
One of the finest pianists of his generation and one of the first ever BBT award-winners, Biss has already cast words of wisdom on career building in the film that launched BBT Celebrated - discover more at this talk.
Southbank Centre: Queen Elizabeth HallBelvedere Road
London Greater London United Kingdom SE1 8XX