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BBC Radio 3 encourages diversity at Manchester conference

BBC Radio 3 encourages diversity at Manchester conference

Applications have opened for the station’s Diversity and Inclusion in Composition event to celebrate composers from black, Asian and minority ethnic communities

Winners of BBC Proms Inspire Competition 2016 revealed

Winners of BBC Proms Inspire Competition 2016 revealed

Young musicians win a chance to have a work performed at the BBC Proms

Hildur Guðnadóttir sets record for highest number of awards ever received by a female film composer in a single season

Hildur Guðnadóttir sets record for highest number of awards ever received by a female film composer in a single season

The Icelandic composer ends her highly successful season, winning Best Original Score for Joker at the Academy Awards

BBC Radio 3 reaches biggest audiences since 2016

BBC Radio 3 reaches biggest audiences since 2016

The station sees the most significant increase in listeners across the BBC 

Run 5km with a live orchestra playing Beethoven’s Fifth

Run 5km with a live orchestra playing Beethoven’s Fifth

Grab your trainers and run along with a live performance of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5

Vladimir Ashkenazy announces his retirement

Vladimir Ashkenazy announces his retirement

Renowned conductor and pianist retires, aged 82

Nominees revealed for BBC Music Magazine Awards 2020

Nominees revealed for BBC Music Magazine Awards 2020

Premiere recordings and underrated masterpieces lead the way in the shortlist of the 15th annual BBC Music Magazine Awards

Nominees announced for Best Original Score at this year’s Oscars

Nominees announced for Best Original Score at this year’s Oscars

Hildur Guðnadóttir becomes seventh female nominee for best score in the history of the Academy Awards

Nominees announced for 2020 BAFTA Best Original Score

Nominees announced for 2020 BAFTA Best Original Score

Following her success at the Golden Globes, Hildur Guðnadóttir’s score for Joker gives the film its 11th BAFTA nomination this year

Hildur Guðnadóttir becomes first woman to win Golden Globe for original score

Hildur Guðnadóttir becomes first woman to win Golden Globe for original score

The Icelandic composer won the Golden Globe for Best Original Score for Joker

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