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Music instruments players get Radio 3 help
The music station has announced that Trish Clowes, who plays the saxophone and is from the UK as well as Elena Urioste who plays the violin and is from America will be aided by the initiative.
Meanwhile, Scottish classical guitar player Sean Shibe, Irish singer Robin Tritschler, German Leonard Elschenbroich, who plays the cello, the music instruments players of the Polish Apollon Musagate Quartet and UK clarinet player Mark Simpson are also on the list of those in the scheme.
"The station is proud to spotlight and nurture the stars of the future whilst offering listeners an opportunity to hear world-class international artists on the radio from the comfort of their own homes," said Radio 3's Adam Gatehouse.
The BBC's well-known Proms came to a close at the beginning of last month.
Published by KT.Posted on 1 Oct 2012 13:04 to category : Music News
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