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David Pickard, the new director of the BBC Proms
New boss leaves Glyndebourne post to join world's largest music festival
Bach and Bernstein head list of suggested works for 11-16 year-olds
St John's Smith Square announces its Young Artists 2015/16
The London concert hall announces the latest musicians to join its Young Artists' Scheme

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Joyce DiDonato
Joyce DiDonato, English National Opera and Richard Jones among those up for awards
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150 people come together to perform Barber’s moving Adagio for strings
What were the biggest trends in classical music in 2014?
Conductors are getting younger and there still aren’t enough leading women, says Bachtrack's report
Roger Wright
Roger Wright, Alan Davey and Richard Jones among those recognised for services to music 
Michael Kennedy (1926-2014) obituary
Leading English music expert dies aged 88
BBC Radio 3 Christmas carol competition 2014
Jacqueline Burley's carol will be played on Radio 3 on Christmas Day
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The current Classic FM managing director will take over in January 2015
Dame Fanny Waterman (Andy Manning)
The 94-year-old founder and artistic director will retire from her role in 2015
BBC Radio 3 Christmas carol competition 2014
Hear all six shortlisted carols performed by the BBC Singers
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