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Audience needed to take part in world premiere

You know the problem getting people to attend new music? The London Sinfonietta think they’ve cracked it by inviting audience members to play a part. The deal is people buy a £10 ticket. If they turn up to two rehearsals, the money is refunded and the concert is free. So who pays? Work that one […]
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