Night of the Proms is a series of concerts held annually in Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, Luxembourg, Denmark, Poland and the United States. Regularly there are also shows in France, Spain, Austria, Switzerland and Sweden. The concerts consist of pop music and popular classical music (often combined) and various well-known musicians and groups usually participate (see below).
Night of the Proms is the biggest annually organised indoor event in Europe.
Night of the Proms is based on the Last Night of the Proms, the last concert of the BBC Proms, a series of seventy or so classical concerts held yearly in the Royal Albert Hall in London, but it is organised independently. Though its inclusion of large portions of pop music – in order to appeal to a wider audience – does not match its British counterpart and originator, it shares other elements, such as the tradition of ending the performance with British patriotic song Land of Hope and Glory.
01 Il Novecento – Also sprach Zarathustra 1:21
02 Il Novecento – Hungarian Dance No.1 3:00
03 En Vogue – Dont´t Let Go 4:11
04 En Vogue/Robert Groslot – Sad But True / Mondschein Sonata 5:18
05 Novecento/Fine Fleur – Hallelujah Chorus Il 3:26
06 Huey Lewis – The Power of Love 4:28
07 Toto – Intro / Child’s Anthem and Rosanna 9:26
08 Xuefei Yang – Concierto de Aranjuez 7:07
09 Il Novecento – Sabre Dance 2:13
10 Galileo – Sarah 5:42
11 John Miles and Xueffei Yang – La Sagrada Familia 7:00
12 Toto – Africa 4:55
13 Toto – Hold the Line 4:13
14 Il Novecento – Music and Our Voices / Land of hope and glory 5:51