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Setting all words: James Weeks interviews Michael Oesterle

Michael Oesterle’s piece all words is remarkably simple. It sets all 1,015 three-letter words in the Scrabble dictionary to music. Before performing it at BBC Radio 3 Open Ear on Saturday, EXAUDI’s director James Weeks caught up with Michael to ask an even simpler question, ‘Why on earth would a composer do this?’

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New releases from Rattle & Gergiev on LSO Live

We take a look at forthcoming releases on the Orchestra's record label, including a box set of the complete Rachmaninov symphonies and a new concert film featuring Sir Simon Rattle & Pierre-Laurent Aimard. 

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Susanna Mälkki on Sibelius, Elgar, and becoming a conductor

As Chief Conductor of the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra and Principal Guest Conductor of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Susanna Mälkki is in demand around the world. We caught up with her ahead of her return to the LSO on 15 April.

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Serge Vuille interviews Fritz Hauser

On Saturday 14 April, Serge Vuille and electro-acoustic percussion collective We Spoke: New Music will perfrom at BBC Radio 3 Open Ear at LSO St Luke's. Ahead of the performance, Serge caught up with composer Fritz Hauser, who tells us about how cicadas inspired his piece As We Are Speaking.

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An Orchestra that rings like a bell: James Hoyle article

Ahead of the Panufnik Composers Workshop this Sunday, composer James Hoyle tells us about the scheme and how his piece makes the whole Orchestra peal like the bells of St Paul's ... 

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