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Performance on 3


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Masterprize Andrew McGregor presents the final of the composing competition, live at London's Barbican Hall. While votes are cast by audience, orchestra and jury to select the winner, Chris de Souza discusses the entries with a panel of musicians. London Symphony Orchestra, conductor Daniel Harding
Alastair King Hit the Ground (Running, Running, Running)
Anthony lannaccone Waiting for Sunrise on the Sound
Qigang Chen Wu Xing (The Rve Elements)
8.05 Twenty Minutes: Winners and Losers Andrew Jefford talks to writer AS Byatt, Olympic gold medal winner
Stephanie Cook , Stephen Twigg MP, composer David Home and architect Zaha Hadid about the pros and cons of winning and losing.
8.25 Pierre Jalbert In Aeternam
Carter Pann Slalom


Unknown: Masterprize Andrew McGregor
Unknown: Chris de Souza
Conductor: Daniel Harding
Conductor: Alastair King
Talks: Andrew Jefford
Unknown: Stephanie Cook
Unknown: Stephen Twigg
Unknown: David Home
Unknown: Zaha Hadid
Unknown: Pierre Jalbert

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