Grace in Mozart niASII. CAMERON and the 13 London Philharmonic Orchestra were in fine form at the Proms on Monday (September 3), Nina Milkina was ever graceful in the Mozart Piano Concerto which followed, backed up by a sensitive and tautly controlled orchestra, and then the Brahms Fourth Symphony was spread before us in all its majesty. The highlight of Wednesday's (September 5) Prom was undoubtedly the first performance of Arnold Cooke's ballet suite "Jabez and the Devil-. Basil Cameron and the I.ondon Philharmonic Orchestra missed none of the opportunities offered by these enjoyable, vigorous dances. Viado Perlemuter gave a sensitive rendering of Ravers Piano Concerto for the left hand. Leon Fleisher, the young showed
plete maetery Of Beethoven's Third Piano Concerto at the Friday. August 31, Prom at which Sir Malcolm Sargent and Norman del Mar conducted the B.B.C. Symphony Orchestra. The programme included Nicholas Maw's "Scenes and/ Vas", perhaps over-long, but sung with great flexibility and tenderness.