On 25 April, the BBC announced details of the 2002 Proms season. This year's festival will run from 19 July to 14 September, featuring a wide selection of works from the Music Sales catalogues. The Danish Radio Symphony Orchestra, under Thomas Dausgaard will give the UK premiere of Per Nørgård's Symphony No. 6 on 20 July. BCMG under Alexander Briger will perform a programme with a Spanish flavour including Simon Holt'sCançiones and Falla's El Retablo de Maese Pedro. World premieres include a saxophone concerto, The Little Death Machine, written and performed by John Harle with the Orchestra of St John's Smith Square, conducted by John Lubbock. The King's Singers in collaboration with Poet Laureate Andrew Motion will premiere a collection choral works, with specially commissioned music and texts, to reflect British life in the year of the Golden Jubilee, mirroring Thomas Morley's 'Triumphs of Oriana' compilation of madrigals in 1601 which were dedicated to Queen Elizabeth The First. Composers for this new collection include Joby Talbot, John Harle and Jocelyn Pook. On 4 September, the City of London Sinfonia will give the London Premiere of Simon Bainbridge'sChant, which was premiered in York Minster by the BBC Philharmonic in 1999. The Last Night of the Proms will feature the world premiere of another collection of works with the BBC Symphony Orchestra: BBC Music Magazine has celebrated its 10th anniversary by commissioning seven composers, including Judith Weir and Poul Ruders, each to write a variation on a theme by Henry Purcell. Full details on the season can be found on the BBC Proms website.