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Bushra El-Turk on workshopping her Panufnik piece Tmesis with the LSO

Before applications for the 2018 Paunfinik Composers Scheme close next Wednesday 13 December, former LSO Panufnik composer Bushra El-Turk tells us about what it was like working with the LSO as she combined Middle Eastern and Western art music for her piece Tmesis.

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Panufnik Composer Alex Woolf shares his experiences of the scheme so far

Applications for the 2018 Panufnik Composers Scheme close on Wednesday 13 December. Ahead of the deadline, 2017 Panufnik Composer Alex Woolf told us what it's like working with LSO players and how the scheme is influencing the way he writes music.

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High praise for Gardiner’s Mendelssohn

In the lead up to their annual awards ceremonies next week, French classical music monthlies Classica and Diapason have announced the winners of their CHOC and d’Or de l’année prizes and it’s good news for the LSO! 

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Musicians with hidden talents

They may be world-leading musicians who deliver dazzling performances in front of audiences all around the world, but the talents of these soloists don’t end there. We’ve been taking a look at some of the notable performer polymaths who’ve appeared with the LSO over the years, including a couple you can catch on-stage with the Orchestra before the year is out.

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Walking a tightrope blindfolded without a harness and no safety net

Ahead of their performance at LSO St Luke's on Saturday 11 November as part of BBC Open Ear, Elaine Mitchener and Neil Charles discuss why free improvisation isn't for the faint-hearted.

 
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