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City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra appoints Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla as its Music Director
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City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra appoints Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla as its Music Director

The 29-year-old Lithuanian will succeed Andris Nelsons in Birmingham

New music at the heart of BBC Radio 3 anniversary
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New music at the heart of BBC Radio 3 anniversary

Station marks 70th anniversary of its predecessor the Third Programme in September

February issue – Pierre Boulez remembered – out now!
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February issue – Pierre Boulez remembered – out now!

For this month's cover story, Philip Clark pays tribute to Pierre Boulez – composer, conductor, teacher and radical

New York Philharmonic names Jaap van Zweden as its new Music DirectorJaap van Zweden to lead the New York Philharmonic
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New York Philharmonic names Jaap van Zweden as its new Music Director

Jaap van Zweden to succeed Alan Gilbert in New York

The soprano Denise Duval has died at 94
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The soprano Denise Duval has died at 94

Born October 23, 1921; died January 25, 2016

BBC Radio 3 announces Shakespeare's 400th anniversary plans
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BBC Radio 3 announces Shakespeare's 400th anniversary plans

Pop-up studio to broadcast from Stratford-upon-Avon over anniversary weekend

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St John’s Cambridge launches new label

The label - produced with Signum Classics - will begin with a disc of music by Jonathan Harvey

First BBC Proms 2016 concerts revealed as the Ten Pieces project continues
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First BBC Proms 2016 concerts revealed as the Ten Pieces project continues

Secondary school students will be given the opportunity to perform at the Proms on July 23 and 24

Exclusive video: Grigory Sokolov plays an extract from Beethoven's Hammerklavier Sonata
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Exclusive video: Grigory Sokolov plays an extract from Beethoven's Hammerklavier Sonata

Watch Grigory Sokolov play an extract from the Allegro of Beethoven's Hammerklavier Sonata, part of his new album – released today

Wigmore Hall's free live streaming to begin on January 28
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Wigmore Hall to begin free live streaming on January 28

London's renowned chamber music venue begins its programme of live streaming with a concert featuring the Armida Quartet

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