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- 00:25Verdi's 'La Traviata' with Jaho, Jordi and Enkhbat from New York
- 02:00Martín conducts Cheetham, Grenfell, Bartók and Beethoven in Melbourne
- 17:00Nafornita sings Dvorák, Verdi, Lehár and Catalani in Bucharest
- 17:00Ligeti, Adams with Shaham and Rachmaninov's First from Helsinki
- 18:00Rachmaninov with Bradshaw and Tchaikovsky's 'Manfred' from Bratislava
- 18:00Ligeti, Schumann with Tetzlaff and Sibelius' Fourth from Stockholm
- 18:30An all Bach concert with Dolzan, Grahek, Sevsek and friends from Ljubljana
- 18:35Two concerts from Budapest: pieces for harp with Vigh, Mozart, Hummel with Pálfalvi, Vorisek and Mozart
- 19:00Schönberg with Micheli and Mahler's Seventh from Turin
- 19:00The Cuarteto Casals plays Bach in Cologne
- 19:00Bartók with Borrego and Lutoslawski's 'Concerto for Orchestra' from Madrid
- 19:00Serksnyte, Beethoven with Trifonov and Walton from Paris
- 19:00Barnatan plays Brahms and Bach in Ostrava
- 19:00Chamber music from Tallinn: Reich, Adams and Tabakova
- 19:00Brewaeys, Britten & Skroryk with Thomas and Stravinsky from Brussels
- 19:04Aimard plays Mozart, Sweelinck, Volkonsky, Bach and Beethoven in Steinfurt
- 19:15De Falla, Debussy, Albéniz and Arabian-Andalusian music from Utrecht
- 19:30Debussy, Pécou with Tharaud and Martinu's Third from Cardiff
- 19:30Brahms' Third and Poulenc's 'La voix humaine' with de Niese from Dublin
- 19:30The Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra plays Beethoven with Bronfman and Brucker's Ninth in Lugano