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Country of origin  United Kingdom
No. of series  1
First episode date  12 August 2008
Presented by  Clive Anderson
Networks  BBC, BBC Two
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Original language(s)  English
No. of episodes  6
Final episode date  13 September 2008
Language  English
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Created by  BBC Classical Music Department
Judges  Sir Roger Norrington Zoë Martlew Simone Young Dominic Seldis Maxim Vengerov.
Cast  Sue Perkins, Goldie, Katie Derham, Jane Asher, David Soul
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Maestro is a 2008 reality TV talent show-themed television series produced by the BBC's Classical Music Department in the United Kingdom. It was shown on BBC Two between 12 August and 13 September 2008.

Contents

The show features eight celebrities (described by the BBC as "famous amateurs with a passion for classical music") competing for the chance to conduct the BBC Concert Orchestra at the 2008 Proms in the Park at Hyde Park in London on 13 September 2008 as part of the BBC Proms series Last Night of the Proms. The show was presented by Clive Anderson.

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Format

The aim for each of the students is to prove that they have what it takes to conduct a piece in the London section of Proms in the Park.

The first stage of preparation was a week-long "Baton Camp" for the students in the last week of May. A mentor has been assigned to each student (see below). The mentors are all established professional conductors, and each will work with their respective protégés, helping them to master the disciplines of orchestral, choral and operatic music with Soprano, Rebecca Evans and Tenor, Alfie Boe. Rehearsals continue throughout the summer, with the students learning how to inspire and engage with the orchestra and the music.

In August the students conduct in the weekly show, which is broadcast on BBC Two in front of a studio audience and an international judging panel made up of acknowledged experts in the field. The contestants conduct the BBC Concert Orchestra (and also learn how to conduct a large choir — in this case, the BBC Symphony Chorus). Each week, one student is eliminated: the marks of the judging panel determine the two weakest contestants, and members of the BBC Concert Orchestra then vote to decide who stays and who must go.

Judging panel

The panel is led by conductor Sir Roger Norrington (who conducted the Last Night of the Proms 2008 at the Royal Albert Hall), and comprises composer and cellist Zoë Martlew, conductor Simone Young and double bassist Dominic Seldis. In the final programme (9 September), a guest judge, the Russian violinist and conductor Maxim Vengerov stood in for Simone Young, who had a prior engagement.

International versions

International versions of the show were broadcast in Sweden (in 2011 and 2013) and the Netherlands (in 2012, 2014 and 2016)

Contestants and eliminations

The following table (containing the contestants along with their mentors) shows the scores obtained each episode by each contestant, along with those who were eliminated (red), and those who were eligible for elimination, but survived (yellow):

References

Maestro (TV series) Wikipedia


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