A New ‘Golden Age For British Classical Music’

“It’s not just that audiences, especially in London, seem more enthused by adventurous programmes than for decades … [There’s] an exciting new breed of young composers who are genuinely impassioned about communicating with the wider public and capable of creating dazzling scores.” Not to mention the resurgence of Britain’s regional orchestras, the rise of gifted young conductors, and the still-vigorous choral tradition.

Source: The Times (UK) 04/23/10