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CM_0119_cvr_lresJanuary 2019

Guest editor Gillian Moore, director of music at London’s Southbank Centre, examines who classical music is for and how we can encourage listeners from all backgrounds to get involved; making performance spaces welcoming and inclusive; examining audience behaviour; the art of curation; Mark-Anthony Turnage discusses his working-class roots; and rediscovering Stockhausen’s Licht.

Plus, Oxford Philharmonic turns 20 with a series of new international partnerships; Jennifer Pike explores her polish heritage; Catrin Finch shares her passion for the harp; putting Dorico’s notation software to the test; Blackheath Halls reopen after refurbishment; Danish composer Poul Rouders marks his 70th birthday with a new operatic premiere; organising international tours for orchestras and choirs; and Saffron Hall celebrates its fifth anniversary..

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