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We are delighted to announce that the violinist for the March Composition:Today violin workshop recordings is Susanne Stanzeleit. Susanne is one of the leading violinists of her generation and has performed worldwide as a soloist and chamber musician. She is well known for her unusually challenging and extensive repertoire, featuring many commissions and UK premieres of works by composers such as John Adams, Lou Harrison, Gyorgy Kurtag, John Woolrich, Philip Cashian, Rebecca Saunders etc.

The deadline for submissions to the workshop is the end of February, so don't miss out! (You don't have to be a member of C:T to submit, but priority will be given to scores from C:T members.

C:T talks to Ian Wilson, one of the rising stars of Irish contemporary music. Ian runs the Sligo New Music Festival and has just signed a new publishing deal with Ricordi.

C:T talks to tenor Gregory Wiest, who collects and performs programs of modern American and English songs.

We're looking for composers to write short extracts for Violin in our unique online workshop - find out more.

We're delighted to be able to offer C:T readers some of Daniel Jaffé's excellent articles on leading composers. Composers interviewed are: Oliver Knussen, James Macmillan, Jonathan Harvey, Alexander Goehr, and Diana Burrell.

Each one a fascinating read.

In a fascinating new article, Jeffrey Snedeker looks at the Natural Horn and its relevance to composers today.

C:T talks to composer Emily Hall about her work and the innovative Camberwell Composers Collective, or "c3".

The Sound Bank now contains samples of every note of every major instrument. Best of all, the samples are easily browsable using our easy-to-use interactive tool. Why not get started by checking out the tuba.

We've added an MP3 player for the C:T Showcase page, so you can easily browse a selection of the files composers have uploaded to their showcase sites. It's early days, but we already think it's a big improvement. Your feedback is very welcome.

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Christian Morris talks to French composer Michel Pascal, whose Requins and Never Die is premiering at the 2015 MANCA festival.
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