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The lady behind the competition and one of its winners talk to Colin Anderson… The Donatella Flick Conducting Competition was started in 1991 and is now established as a prestigious...
The Greenwich International Festival of Early Music returns; Eleanor Noonan from Trinity College outlines the weekend, which runs from the 12-14 November… Early Music is cool. That seems to be...
Announcing a new concert series in a new hall. London Musici’s founder and conductor Mark Stephenson tells all… London is awash with live music. There’s no shortage of concert venues....
From 20 October to 11 November, the South Bank Centre is celebrating Sir Harrison Birtwistle’s music – Birtwistle Games. Colin Anderson recently interviewed the composer… Sir Harrison Birtwistle and his...
Sally Matthews has just issued her first CD and gives the premiere of Two Songs by Mark-Anthony Turnage that have been specially written for her… Sally Matthews has been receiving...
Cellist Natalie Clein has a new CD out and she plays Tchaikovsky with the London Mozart Players on 20 October Cellist Natalie Clein has been playing the waiting game. She...
On 9 October, the Wigmore Hall plays once more following a facelift Probably we haven’t noticed that Wigmore Hall has been closed; after all, the place always takes a summer...
The Philharmonia Orchestra’s Music of Today series begins another season on 30 September. Bayan Northcott is the first composer featured The Philharmonia Orchestra’s estimable Music of Today series begins its...
Mstislav Rostropovich talks about the “Music for Life” concert on 3 October 2004 for the Yehudi Menuhin School and Great Ormond Street Children Hospital … and about Shostakovich Being in...
Roger Wright, Controller of BBC Radio 3, talks about Listen Up! – six weeks of orchestral concerts … and more We are invited to Listen Up! A welcome opportunity to...
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