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The Estonian Philharmonic Choir bring the deeply moving sacred music of their celebrated countryman to Australia.
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The Australia Council have announced that Julian Day will be the new Composer in Residence at the Peggy Glanville-Hicks house.
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A major national prize for the Wagner bicentenary has been won by 17-year-old John Rotar.