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Laura Farré Rozada (piano), Dorotea Senica (flute), Sara Ferrández (viola), Júlia Pusker (violin), María Dueñas (violin), Dóra Kokas (cello), Lionel Martin (cello) and Demian Martin (piano) are all artists featured in the Top Young Performers series.
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Promoting the Top Young Performers 
A new curated series of the 2021-2022 Euroradio Season devoted to Top Young Performers ranks among our initiatives to support emerging musical talents around the world.
Let the Peoples Sing
Competition
Let the Peoples Sing 
More than just a competition, Let the Peoples Sing (LTPS) has been a jubilant celebration of amateur choral singing since 1961.
Spring according to Igor: Stravinsky, The Rite of Spring and the Ballets Russes
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Spring according to Igor: Stravinsky, The Rite of Spring and the Ballets Russes 
For the 50th anniversary year of Igor Stravinsky’s death, listeners are invited to explore the life of this musical giant.
Concertino Praga
Competition
Concertino Praga 
Since 2020, the annual Concertino Praga international competition has been subtitled the Antonín Dvořák International Radio Competition for Young Musicians.
Euroradio Holy Week Music Day
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Euroradio Holy Week Music Day 
Across European musical traditions, the period of Holy Week has given rise to some of the most important musical works in the history of the art form, seeking to encapsulate in music the dramatic events of Christ's Passion.
Podcast on Women in Music
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Podcast on Women in Music 
With a view towards the next International Women’s Day on 8 March 2021, Danish Radio is producing a podcast series about women composers, for adaptation and use by all EBU radio organizations.
Euroradio Season
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Euroradio Season 
The Euroradio Season is made up of series of predominantly live concerts and operas that are offered by Members, Associates and Approved Participants, curated by experts from within the EBU community, and broadcast each year from mid-September to mid-June.
Women In Music Days
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Women In Music Days 
After the EBU Music community's launch of Women In Music Days last year, in conjunction with UNESCO's International Women's Day on 8 March, a number of events are scheduled in 2021.
Beethoven 2020
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Beethoven 2020 
In 2020, the world marked the 250th anniversary of the birth of Ludwig van Beethoven. The German composer is the most frequently performed classical composer worldwide, and interest in his music has remained unabated for centuries. Maverick, rebel, visionary - he remains just as relevant today.
Sound Engineers Scheme
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Sound Engineers Scheme 
Given the overriding importance of high quality in the music exchanges among EBU radio organizations, the Contact Engineers Group and Music Group propose the Sound Engineers Scheme.