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Alec and Emily Dankworth, William Berger, Alexander Pereira

Duration:
1 hour, 45 minutes
First broadcast:
Monday 11 November 2013

Sean Rafferty's guests include the latest member of the famous Dankworth dynasty to be making a stir: jazz singer Emily Dankworth, currently studying at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, will be performing live in the studio with fellow Guildhall School of Music and Drama students and double-bassist father Alec.

Live music from baritone William Berger, and the Salzburg Festival's Artistic Director Alexander Pereira will talk to Sean about the challenges which lie ahead as he takes over the reins at La Scala.

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