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Young singers sought by Youth Music for London Cultural Olympiad festival

Young singers sought by Youth Music for London Cultural Olympiad festival

Musicroom June 25, 2010 14

Youth Music is on the lookout for enthusiastic youngsters aged 16-21 to join a new choir. The Olympiad will culminate in a festival to be held from June 21st 2012 to September 9th 2012, and

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Busk to raise money for charity

Busk to raise money for charity

Musicroom June 17, 2010 0

Musicians across the country are being asked to donate a bit of their time, and talent, to a nationwide busking scheme designed to raise money and awareness for Cancer Research UK. The week-long event,

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Paul Lewis: Music Is More Important Than Performer

Paul Lewis: Music Is More Important Than Performer

GregJohnson June 13, 2010 0

In a refreshingly candid statement, renowned pianist Paul Lewis has revealed that he is not interested in the 'celebrity culture' that exists in the world of music performance and that the music itself

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Choirs said to promote health and social benefits

Choirs said to promote health and social benefits

Musicroom June 7, 2010 0

With new clubs continually springing up in schools and local communities, it is no surprise that we are beginning to learn all about the social, educational and health benefits that singing in a choir

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Children becoming ‘Gleeful’ about joining school choirs

Children becoming ‘Gleeful’ about joining school choirs

Musicroom June 2, 2010 0

An increasing number of school choirs are being set up in UK schools as pupils look to emulate their Glee counterparts

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Electric violinist loves ‘Rock Music’

Electric violinist loves ‘Rock Music’

Musicroom May 28, 2010 0

Linzi Stoppard is working hard to dispel the myth that classical music and rock songs cannot go hand in hand

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The Ivors dominated by Lily Allen

The Ivors dominated by Lily Allen

Musicroom May 27, 2010 0

Lily Allen had a successful evening at the Ivor Novello awards, as she picked up three songwriting prizes.

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Eric Whitacre’s Virtual Choir

Eric Whitacre’s Virtual Choir

Chester Novello May 25, 2010 0

Eric Whitacre’s Virtual Choir performance of Lux Aurumque (Light & Gold) is causing a colossal on-line rush in interest. Literally hundreds of thousands of people have viewed it – with figures rising on a

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BBC Orchestra makes history with RPS win

BBC Orchestra makes history with RPS win

Musicroom May 24, 2010 0

For the first time in its history, the Royal Philharmonic Society (RPS) has awarded an orchestra its prestigious music accolade for music theatre and opera.

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Search for Olympic anthem underway

Search for Olympic anthem underway

Musicroom May 23, 2010 0

With the forthcoming Olympic Games drawing closer the search for a relevant and inspiring piece of music is now well underway

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