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22/01/2020
Renowned conductor and pianist retires, aged 82
16/01/2020
Premiere recordings and underrated masterpieces lead the way in the shortlist of the 15th annual BBC Music Magazine Awards
14/01/2020
Hildur Guðnadóttir becomes seventh female nominee for best score in the history of the Academy Awards

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The BBC Singers will perform the six shortlisted carols
01/09/2016
The search begins for budding Christmas composers
03/08/2016
Audience research reveals that Radio 3 now has 2.2 million listeners
The London Gay Symphony Orchestra will be competing in All Together Now: The Gre
02/08/2016
Further details of the BBC's new amateur orchestra programme announced
Einojuhani Rautavaara (Credit: Getty)
28/07/2016
Leading Finnish composer dies at the age of 87
The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment
26/07/2016
Audiences around the world will be able to join the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment in the pub. 
Left to right: Katie Derham, Chi-Chi Nwanoku and Paul Daniel
25/07/2016
Double-bassist Chi-Chi Nwanoku, conductor Paul Daniel and BBC Radio 3's Katie Derham will present the amateur orchestra competition.
Sheku Kanneh-Mason, winner of BBC Young Musician.
20/07/2016
Sheku Kanneh-Mason, the first black winner of BBC Young Musician, will appear in the new programme.
Handel at Boughton (Credit: Steve Dunlop)
20/07/2016
Handel at Boughton has launched at Boughton House
BBC Philharmonic (BBC)
15/07/2016
The orchestra has marked the fifth birthday of its BBC home in Salford with a special rendition of ‘Happy Birthday’
14/07/2016
Applications have opened for the station’s Diversity and Inclusion in Composition event to celebrate composers from black, Asian and minority ethnic communities
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