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Pianist Maria Prinz introduces the new Chandos album featuring music by a two persecuted composers and an anti-Semite
Listen to excerpts from the group's recordings of Richafort's Requiem and the Great American Songbook
The symphonic structure allows composers to deal with issues of time and memory
Professional music making for this small community only began to flourish in the 20th century
Professionals need to provide high-quality live events and education projects to complement school programmes
The City of London Sinfonia will explore the links between 20th-century politics and music in ‘Hot Tunes, Cold War’
The London Contemporary Orchestra will perform works from the cycle at the Roundhouse in Camden this month
Auditioning statistics for the National Children’s Orchestras of Great Britain reveal areas of the country where certain instruments simply aren’t taught
The composer’s Third Piano Concerto was composed during his happy summer of 1921
At the age of 60, a fascination for rediscovering little-known music and for commissioning new works is as strong as ever

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