Classical music's most exciting thing today?

Today's Guardian asks 'is this the most exciting thing to have happened to classical music this century?' - Thomas Adès? Osvaldo Golijov? or even Gustavo Dudamel? - er .. no.

They were demanding jazz and rock and roll way back.
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violainvilnius said…
Is this effectively the third review in the Guardian of this book? Must be a bit of a record?

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