Sound of Classical Poll nominee says we need more primary school music teaching

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Sound of Classical Poll nominee says we need more primary school music teaching

The Classic BRIT Awards have just announced their shortlist for the first ever Sound Of Classical Poll

Its aim is to highlight the best and brightest new British talent aged from 13 to 30. London is well represented in the list - which includes George Harliono, a pianist from Hackney.

The winner will be chosen by an expert panel and at the Classic BRIT Awards on the 13th of June. they will receive £1000 toward their music tuition or equipment and 4 tickets to the ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall.

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