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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
21/11/2014
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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Jiří Bělohlávek
12/11/2014
The Czech conductor will pick up his prize in a ceremony at Carnegie Hall this Sunday
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05/11/2014
New research suggests that sad music actually makes people feel more positive
Dame Felicity Lott
28/10/2014
The legendary soprano will appear at family concerts across London
British composer poll
27/10/2014
BBC Music and Countryfile readers vote Edward Elgar as their favourite British composer
Harrison Birtwistle, 2014 composer awards
20/10/2014
Multi-award winner Harrison Birtwistle strikes again
Chimes house David Sheppard Architects
17/10/2014
Architect designs a stunning house in Exeter to accommodate two pianos
Alpesh Chauhan
14/10/2014
The 24-year-old conductor will build on his previous experience as the orchestra’s conducting fellow
City Music Foundation 2014 artists
10/10/2014
Three soloists and three ensembles selected for the classical artists programme
Stockholm Concert Hall
08/10/2014
Leading orchestra enjoys accolade for its Historic Archive 
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