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"The history and very fabric of Birmingham is built on people taking risks and investing in the new"
Simon Desbruslais introduces his new album of contemporary works that put the trumpet in the spotlight
Ned Bigham introduces his multimedia voyage around the Scottish island of Staffa
The composer Thomas Hyde introduces his new opera
Radio 3's Controller introduces a new experiment in broadcasting lossless sound
Christopher Glynn explores the serious side of a composer more widely known for his light and comic touch
It is vital to record music that was once suppressed, works by composers who remain marginalised
'There’s something about communal singing that reaches into the dawn of human history and speaks to us in a way that transcends many boundaries'
Exploring our genre-less musical past with The Alehouse Sessions
How we made our epic filmed tribute to the overlooked composer

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