Talkin' 'bout my generation

Two names struck me in this week's announcement of the 2012 BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artists, a scheme which has the admirable objective of helping “talented artists to reach the next stage of their careers”. I was struck by the name at the top of the list, Irish tenor Robin Tritschler - he is a very talented singer with a growing international profile who is already represented by leading management agency Askonas Holt. And I was struck by the name of the presenter who will front BBC Radio 3 broadcasts of the new generation artists - Clemency Burton-Hill.

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