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- 00:00Giunta conducts Wagner, Strauss and Tchaikovsky in Des Moines
- 01:00Beethoven thrice with Benedetti once and Sibelius' Seventh from Dallas
- 08:00Russian songs from Melbourne: Glinka, Tchaikovsky, Kabalevsky and Mussorgsky
- 12:04Widmann plays and conducts own works, Weber and Mozart in Salzburg
- 16:00Bezrodny and Lassmann play Englud, a Krigul's world premiere and Prokofiev in Tallinn
- 16:00Kalnins, Ivanovs with Bergs, Medins and opera highlights with Vysniauskas from Vilnius
- 17:30Haydn, Hosokawa with Schmitt and Stravinsky's 'The Firebird' from Vienna
- 18:00Prokofiev, Ravel with Eglina and a Dzenitis' world premiere from Liepaja
- 18:00Rameau and Brel meet in Amsterdam
- 18:00Music students play Zivkovic, Kosoric, Kapustin and more in Nuremberg
- 18:00Vives' 'Maruxa' with Alberola, Esteves, Orfila, Metlova, Fidalgo and Pachón from Madrid
- 18:00Mields, Potter, Hobbs, Kooij and the Collegium Vocale Gent perform Bach in Bruges
- 18:00The Prazac Quartet plays Smetana and Janácek in Geneva
- 18:00The Neapolis Ensemble performs songs from the 16th and the 18th centuries in Paris
- 18:04Young musicians play Mozart with Helten and Hartobanu and Schubert's 'The Great' in Halle
- 18:04The Cuarteto Casals plays Beethoven and Sotelo in Odenthal
- 18:04Ligeti and Berio with Tamestit and Synergy Vocals from Frankfurt
- 18:30Hughes and Middleton perform Schumann, Mahler, Ives, a Grime's world premiere and Britten in London
- 20:05The Armida Quartet plays Bach, Fischer, Mozart, Beethoven and Mendelssohn in Braunwald