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Bernard Haitink's Mahler 3 wins Recording of the Year

Bernard Haitink's Mahler 3 wins Recording of the Year

The legendary 89-year-old maestro takes home the prestigious BBC Music Magazine Recording of the Year award

BBC Radio 3 announces spring refresh

BBC Radio 3 announces spring refresh

Baritone Roderick Williams and vocalist Jumoké Fashola join presenting team

Major London music college aims to end all-male concert programmes

Major London music college aims to end all-male concert programmes

Harriet Harman MP launches a programme committed to the music of women composers 

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra launches ensemble led by disabled musicians

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra launches ensemble led by disabled musicians

The BSO becomes the first symphony orchestra in the world to create a professional ensemble with disabled musicians

BBC announces 'Our Classical Century'

BBC announces 'Our Classical Century'

BBC to explore the last hundred years of music in a year-long celebration

A new BBC Radio 3 choral commission to mark the centenary of women’s suffrage

A new BBC Radio 3 choral commission to mark the centenary of women’s suffrage

The relatives of Emmeline Pankhurst have written a choral piece to celebrate the occasion

Hugh Masekela (1939-2018)

Hugh Masekela (1939-2018)

The South African trumpeter has died, aged 78

Voting opens for BBC Music Magazine Awards 2018!

We invite you to have your say in choosing the winners

Aldeburgh Festival releases 2018 line-up

Aldeburgh Festival releases 2018 line-up

The festival celebrates its 70th anniversary with works by Bernstein and Britten

Irish National Opera launches tonight

Irish National Opera launches tonight

A renewed commitment to public funding for opera in Ireland has enabled the launch of a brand-new company

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