BBC TV takes An Overgrown Path

Great to see the official BBC TV website (above) featuring On An Overgrown Path's behind the scenes exclusive on clarinettist Mark Simpson and John Corigliano's concerto. Great for this blog, and great for contemporary music. And I bet it's the only time John Corigliano shares a platform with The Apprentice and Jeremy Clarkson!

Follow this link for the full story of Corigliano, no - Nielsen, yes and a link to a video of Mark Simpson's performance of the Nielsen concerto.


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Anonymous said…
Congratulations. Perhaps BBC TV will soon give you a music appreciation prime time slot.

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