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Choral Music of Dan Locklair Featured on BBC Radio 3 Breakfast Program on December 23

Location: England, United Kingdom
Choir type: Professional Choirs
Voicing: Mixed
December 20, 2013
For Immediate Release
Contact: Jeffrey James Arts Consulting
516-586-3433 or jamesarts@att.net
 
Choral Music of Dan Locklair Featured on BBC Radio 3 Breakfast Program on December 23
 
Dan Locklair's Hodie Christus Natus est, performed by the BBC Singers and conducted by David Hill, will be broadcast on Monday, December 23 as part of the BBC Radio 3’s Breakfast program. Listen online at http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006tmr6.
 
The piece is also featured on a new BBC Singers’ A Babe is Born CD that accompanies the current issue of BBC Music magazine.
 
Dan Locklair's music is widely performed throughout the U.S. and around the world. His catalog includes symphonic works, a ballet, an opera, chamber, instrumental, vocal and choral compositions. Widely sought after as a commissioned composer, musicians worldwide, including the Helsinki Philharmonic, the Buffalo Philharmonic, the Kansas City Symphony, the St. Louis Orchestra, the Saint Thomas Choir of Men and Boys of New York City and the Saint Paul’s Cathedral Choir of London have performed Dr. Locklair's music. Broadcasts of it have included Vatican Radio, Czech Radio, Radio Finland, NPR, the BBC and the CBC. Recordings of his works are available on Naxos, Ondine, Koch, Albany, Loft, Priory (UK) and other labels. His primary publishers are Ricordi and Subito. Dan Locklair is Composer-in-Residence and Professor of Music at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
 
More information about him, including a bio, list of works, discography and much more, at http://www.locklair.com. You can also contact Jeffrey James Arts Consulting at 516-586-3433 or jamesarts@att.net.
 
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