Joining Tony Barnfield on the April edition of the show for classical music enthusiasts, BBC Radio 3 Controller Alan Davey, Proms Director David Pickard and broadcaster Donald Macloed, clarinettist and composer Mark Simpson, veteran Ely Cathedral Director of Music Paul Trepte on the day he retires, mezzo-soprano Bridget Hardy, and Alan Alder uncovers some rare and period instruments. Plus the illustrated Cambridge Concert Calendar with Charlie Long and Lucy Milazzo.
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