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Young Musicians 96


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Settling New Scores
First of four workshops that give young musicians the chance to exchange ideas and have their work scrutinised.
In tonight's programme, the cameras follow 12 budding composers given the opportunity to have their work performed by the BBC Philharmonic, and discussed by the orchestra's conductor Martyn Brabbins and four professional composers. Aged between 14 and 24, some have never had a composition lesson in their life, while others are already making a nameforthemselves. Introduced by Sarah Walker. Compositions from the workshop can be heard in two concert programmes on the followingtwo Saturdays on Radio 3.
Directors Francesca Kemp and Jonathan Haswell
Executive producer Bob Lockyer Stereo.
BBC GUIDE TO MUSIC MAKING: price £3,50. available from BBC Education, PO Box 7, London W5 2GQ.


Conductor: Martyn Brabbins
Introduced By: Sarah Walker.
Directors: Francesca Kemp
Directors: Jonathan Haswell
Producer: Bob Lockyer

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