A lonely trumpet calls in the twilight and the Austrian composer Franz Schmidt begins his Fourth Symphony – music of joy and sorrow, Alpine grandeur and deep, tender poetry. He wrote it in 1933, and if you enjoy the music of Mahler and Strauss, this might just be the greatest symphony you’ve never heard. Guest conductor Jonathan Berman simply loves it; and he’s got another surprise up his sleeve too: Elgar’s majestic, multicoloured homage to Johann Sebastian Bach.

Supported by the Music Reprieval Trust.