Upbeat: On the map
Saturday 22 January 1994
It certainly makes a point that leading names have come together from new music and small-scale opera, the classical music of several continents and cultures, jazz and early music, folk and school music, youth and amateur music, across-the-board promoting bodies and concert halls - a point about the real nature of Britain's music-making as much as the funding issues (such as a 13 per cent cut for 'music projects and schemes'). Clearly there's everything to play for.
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