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What Next? #20: David Lang

In today’s What Next? podcast, Crowd Out composer David Lang asks ‘What next for music?’ Click play below to listen to David’s thoughts (or if you’re viewing this on email, head over to the blog to hear the podcast): We’ll be releasing podcasts each day throughout the Summer Festival available here, our website and on iTunes from 8.30am. The next and final podcast is released…

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What Next? #19: Osmani Primary School debating team

In today’s What Next? podcast, the Osmani Primary School debating team asks ‘What next for getting young people involved in community making to create a socially active society?’ Click play below to listen to their thoughts (or if you’re viewing this on email, head over to the blog to hear the podcast): We’ll be releasing podcasts each day throughout the Summer Festival available…

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What Next? #18 Rushanara Ali MP

In today’s What Next? podcast, MP for Bethnal Green & Bow, Rushanara Ali asks What next for the arts and well-being? Click play below to listen to Rushanara’s thoughts (or if you’re viewing this on email, head over to the blog to hear the podcast): We’ll be releasing podcasts each day throughout the Summer Festival available here, our website and on iTunes from 8.30am. The next podcast is…

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What Next? #17 Krissie Nicholson of the East End Trades Guild

In today’s What Next? podcast, co-founder of the East End Trades Guild Krissie Nicholson asks ‘What next for independent businesses in the local area?’ Click play below to listen to Krissie’s thoughts (or if you’re viewing this on email, head over to the blog to hear the podcast): We’ll be releasing podcasts each day throughout the Summer Festival available here, our website and…

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Interview: Valgeir Sigurðsson

<iframe width=”560″ height=”315″ src=”//www.youtube.com/embed/Kp5n2vd8c9o” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen> Tonight at Village Underground, Icelandic electronic musician Valgeir Sigurðsson joins City of London Sinfonia to première his work No Nights Dark Enough. We caught up with the man behind the music to talk about what motivated him to form his own record label, the creative process and his latest piece.…

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What Next? #16 Matthew Taylor

In today’s What Next? podcast, Chief Executive of the Royal Society of Arts, Matthew Taylor asks ‘What next for the cultural ask?’ Click play below to listen to Matthew’s thoughts (or if you’re viewing this on email, head over to the blog to hear the podcast): We’ll be releasing podcasts each day throughout the Summer Festival available here, our website and on iTunes from 8.30am.…

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Listen: from Tallis to Nico Muhly

The Choir of Clare College, Cambridge, are known for their flawless renditions of early and contemporary works, and has achieved an international reputation as one of the leading university choral groups in the world. On the penultimate day of our Summer Festival, they’ll be showcasing music from composers spanning the last 500 years in God…