BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artists

BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artists

Blogs written by BBC New Generation Artists

 

 

 

'I feel incredibly honoured to have presented BBC New Generation Artists on BBC Radio 3 for the past five seasons. It’s inspirational to get to know so many exceptionally talented young instrumentalists, singers and chamber ensembles so early on in their career, and gratifying to be able to watch closely as they grow and develop during the two years they spend on the scheme.

'I’m delighted that this new NGA Blog will give you a chance to get to know all our artists, keep tabs on what they’re up to over the course of the year, and hear more of their thoughts on the scheme.'

- Clemency Burton-Hill, July 2014

  • Composers: | Handel |
  • Labels: | AVI |
  • Review Type: | CD |
10/03/2017

BBC Young Musician winner and BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artists will appear at the festival alongside internationally renowned artists

10/01/2017

Soprano Fatma Said on her first musical experiences and her NGA experience so far...

29/07/2016

Violinist Esther Yoo on how the BBC New Generation Artists scheme has broadened her horizons.

05/05/2016

Baritone Benjamin Appl tells us about his experience on the BBC's scheme for exceptional young performers

07/04/2016

Clarinettist Annelien Van Wauwe on overcoming her fear of the studio

12/01/2016

Emma Bloxham, editor at BBC Radio 3, takes us behind the scenes in the first of a series of guest blogs from the current cohort of New Generation Artists.

05/03/2015

Former BBC New Generation Artist Kitty Whately on how her family inspired her latest recording project

19/11/2014

The BBC Radio 3 New Generation string quartet on its first visit to Asia

29/09/2014

Radio 3 New Generation Artist, saxophonist and composer Trish Clowes looks forward to the premiere of her newest work

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