Donald Macleod speaks to composer Charlotte Bray about the influence of the English landscape upon her work.
Continuing BBC Radio 3's celebration of female composers for International Women's Day, Donald Macleod speaks to five members of a new generation of British composers about their work - as they discuss the issue of women in music from a contemporary perspective. Featuring music by Cheryl Frances-Hoad, Dobrinka Tabakova, Hannah Kendall, Anna Clyne and Charlotte Bray. Join the conversation online by tweeting @bbcradio3 with the hashtag #womensday.
Donald's final guest this week is Charlotte Bray (1982-), who began composing only in her early 20s, yet who has been acclaimed as among the outstanding talents of her generation. She talks to Donald about the influence of the English landscape upon her work - from the perspective of an expat in Berlin.
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