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  1. Christmas with BBC NOW

    This Christmas, we at the BBC National Orchestra of Wales are offering audiences in Cardiff, Swansea and Haverfordwest the perfect antidote to the Yuletide onslaught, with festive concerts suitable for friends and family alike.

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  2. The story of BBC Now on tour throughout Wales, as they perform concerts in Aberistwyth, Bangor and Llandudno.

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  3. Part 1 of Laura Sinnerton's report on life on the road with the BBC NOW taking in rehearsals and the concert in Theatr Brycheiniog next to the canal in Brecon

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  4. Look forward to BBC National Orchestra of Wales concert in Hoddinott Hall with Elena Urioste as soloist

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  5. The work of the BBC Orchestra of Wales with Children in Need on 14 November 2014

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  6. This week, you will have the opportunity to hear the BBC National Chorus of Wales in concert with us at St David’s Hall, Cardiff, as we perform what is perhaps Elgar’s greatest oratorio, The Dream of Gerontius.

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  7. Over the next few weeks, we will be involved in the UK-wide Family Arts Festival. This festival incorporates all areas of the arts - dance, music, theatre, craft, art, you name it, there is an event for it.

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  8. Prior to the opening of our Swansea Season proper in December, we will be making two trips to the newly-refurbished Brangwyn Hall as part of the Swansea Festival of Music and the Arts this October.

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  9. At BBC NOW HQ, it feels like we have been talking about the BBC Ten Pieces project for a very long time. Somehow, I can't believe we've actually got round to the cinema launch date!

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  10. Regular readers of this blog will know that Brahms holds a very firm place in my Holy Square of composers (Bach, Brahms, Beethoven and Britten, just in case you haven’t picked up on my fundamentalism yet). So, imagine my face when I realised that we would be part of BBC Radio 3's celebration and exploration of the work of Johannes Brahms.

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