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Jose Serebrier, Tamara Stefanovich, Consortium5

On today's In Tune, presenter Sean Rafferty welcomes 37- time Grammy-nominated conductor and composer, José Serebrier. As one of the most recorded classical artists in history, Serebrier has thrilled audiences worldwide for over 45 years, writing his first symphony at the age of seventeen.

Live music from Yugoslav-born pianist Tamara Stefanovich as she prepares for her performance with London Sinfonietta at the Queen Elizabeth Hall celebrating the music of George Benjamin. Plus more live performance from recorder quintet Consortium5 ahead of their concert at Newbury Spring Festival.

Presented by Sean Rafferty.
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