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Changing focus from film and television composing to writing for the concert hall has been a richly rewarding experience
Finding a musical voice for Holocaust victim Anne Frank
Latvia is a country steeped in a wonderful choral tradition
Making the case for a neglected master pianist
Challenging perceptions of British classical music
A film-maker looks on as the Belcea Quartet lose themselves in Beethoven
A new accordion concerto, premiered at the Barbican this Saturday, November 24, takes its inspirations from meditation
Dancing to Tchaikovsky as a child led to a conducting career in the Russian school
What it means to perform Beethoven's Sixth Symphony on tour with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra
Recording Stravinsky's Rite of Spring under the composer was a risky enterprise - down in no small part to an ancient, cracked contrabassoon called Sally

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