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American Composer John Luther Adams
26/03/2015
Festival requires 32 players for world premiere by John Luther Adams
Military marching band
19/03/2015
New concert and marching band composing competition launched
Pianist
11/03/2015
Three-day 'It's All About Piano' festival to feature concerts, masterclasses and practical workshops toasting the instrument

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The Sixteen Good King Wenceslas charity single
08/12/2014
Leading choir’s recording for Crisis is anything but Pointless
Harrison and Harrison Lego organ, Durham Cathedral
08/12/2014
Organ builders Harrison and Harrison help to create miniature instrument
BBC Concert Orchestra
04/12/2014
The orchestra will open the Southbank’s major 2015 festival, Changing Britain 1945-2015
Composer Kerry Andrew
03/12/2014
Nine first-time prize-winners in line-up
Exultate Singers
02/12/2014
Listen to the Bristol-based choir’s version of Thomas Hewitt Jones’s ‘Lullay, my liking’
Daniil Trifonov
02/12/2014
Trifonov’s performance of works by Bach, Beethoven and Liszt will be available to stream on our website for one week from Wednesday 10 December via Medici TV
Thomas Hewitt Jones conducts Boosey & Hawkes staff in 'Lullay, my liking'
01/12/2014
Thomas Hewitt Jones conducts Boosey & Hawkes staff in ‘Lullay, my liking’
Concert celebrating the BBC’s The Blue Planet is launched in a shark tank
28/11/2014
This has to be a first for classical music: a concert stage on a seabed
The Really Big Chorus messiah from Scratch Royal Albert Hall
27/11/2014
4,000 singers will mark The Really Big Chorus's 40th anniversary
Thomas Hewitt Jones
26/11/2014
Send us your performances of our exclusive four-part unaccompanied carol
Louis Armstrong
21/11/2014
Festival celebrates a founding father of jazz with city outreach project
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