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Fretwork, and their new album marking Michael Nyman's 75th birthday
...plus, how you can help the AAM's project
A young composer reflects on where he finds his inspiration, and why live music is best
...that’s the simple and intriguing idea behind Encounters, as the Southbank Centre's Music Director explains
The Light of the World shows us some of Sullivan's most profound music
Composer Wim Henderickx on the unifying and educational power of music
Composer Rolfe Kent reveals the creative process behind the score for the new film biopic of Laurel and Hardy
A new work draws inspiration from the dialogue between Rauschenberg and Cage
Composer Andrew Smith explores the use of improvisation in his new work, Requiem
Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker and Pathetique Symphony could hardly be more different; yet you can’t understand one without the other, argues conductor David Bernard

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