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Denis Vaughan is working hard both to promote music and ensure that Lottery money is released to support musical and sporting activities. He is President of CAARE – Council for...
Friday 29 April 2005, Purcell Room, London A Celebration of Henri Dutilleux, a concert given in the presence of the composer, and including several of his works, music by Ravel,...
Monday 18 April 2005, Duke’s Hall, Royal Academy of Music, London Maxwell Davies Shakespeare Music Military March [World premiere] Schoenberg Five Pieces for orchestra, Op.16 [chamber orchestra version arranged by...
Lecture delivered in the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, on Sunday 24 April 2005. The following extracts are published with permission from the Royal Philharmonic Society. Please contact the RPS for...
The first time that a UK orchestra has utilised Internet technology to broadcast a concert live. Chris Caspell tuned in to watch and listen… Wagner Tristan und Isolde – Prelude...
On 28 April the American conductor, James de Preist, makes his London debut – at the age of 68… American conductor James DePreist anticipates a special event on 28 April...
Julia Fischer makes her LSO debut on 24 April in Bartók’s Second Concerto… Julia Fischer has been playing the violin most of her life. She won the Menuhin Competition aged...
Sir Peter Maxwell Davies – Max – looks forward to a two-week festival of his music in London… Peter Maxwell Davies, knight, Master of the Queen’s Music, known to all...
Three distinguished music academies come together to form the European Academies’ Symphony Orchestra. Sir Colin Davis conducts it in London on 14 April and then in Lahti and Vienna. Bernard...
Leonard Slatkin continues to love London and British music; things turn full-circle and he has returned to the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra… Leonard Slatkin needs no introduction to London audiences and...
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