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Please note: due to the time change in Europe, this schedule is temporary until 29th March.
- 01:00Verdi's 'Requiem' with Meade, Paasikivi, Thomas and Owens from New York
- 10:00Ibragimova plays Bach in Barcelona
- 16:00Romances and opera highlights from St Petersburg
- 16:00Dvorák twice with Ramm once from Moscow
- 16:00Elgar's 'Enigma Variations' and Brahms with Baranov from Moscow
- 17:00Mozart with Bobeico, Schumann with Enderle and Chopin with Yang from Bucharest
- 17:00Strauss and Shostakovich's 'Babi Yar' with Petrenko and the Polytech Choir from Helsinki
- 17:00Tchaikovsky twice with Rudenko once from Tallinn
- 18:30Boulez, Martin with seven soloists and Strauss from Vienna
- 18:30Grieg, Saariaho with Kacjan and Nielsen's Fifth from Ljubljana
- 19:00Gómez Martínez conducts Wagner, Peris and Ravel in Madrid
- 19:00Gould, Barber, Bernstein, Copland, Williams and Adams sound in Sonderborg
- 19:00Honegger, Schumann with Mork and Strauss' 'An Alpine Symphony' from Stuttgart
- 19:00Rameau, Haydn and Beethoven with the Trio Vivente from Saarbrücken
- 19:04Boulez, Mozart with Piemontesi and Dvorák's Eighth from Frankfurt
- 19:04Gubaidulina with Shevlin & Moser and Schubert with Borchert, Bruns & Nazmi from Cologne
- 19:15Choral music from Utrecht: Escher, Varčse, Brahms and Mozart
- 19:30Appl and Johnson perform Schubert's Songs in London
- 19:30Haydn and Weill's songs with Zavalloni from Lugano
- 20:00Brahms' Fourth and Mozart & Strauss with Byrne, Tynan and Erraught from Dublin
- 23:00Sibelius, Diemecke with himself, Rodrigo with Romero and Borodin from Buenos Aires