New BBC chief takes conducted tour

A few weeks ago I asked - 'Where is Jiří Bělohlávek? I was one of many who welcomed Bělohlávek back in July 2006 after the dark days of Leonard Slatkin. But as this review confirms the BBC Symphony's new chief conductor (right) has made little impact to date.'

Today fellow blogger Alex Ross provides the answer as to where the BBC Symphony Orchestra's new chief conductor is making an impact, and it certainly isn't in London where his orchestra's home for more than seventy years faces an uncertain future.

Now read about another shuffle maestro for the iPod audience.
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