"Hazlewood's office, an old caravan inside a former cattleshed, is filled with messy piles of sheet music, albums and CDs, as well as wonky family photographs. A sign says: "Symphony in Morris Minor." Despite presenting regular shows on Radios 2 and 3 and various TV documentaries on how music works (plus holding down a day job as a touring conductor), Hazlewood doesn't have email. In fact, he doesn't even use a computer."
Sunday, May 11, 2008
Musician, conductor and broadcaster Charles Hazlewood (his Radio 3 series Discovering Music is particularly marvellous) is also a proud shedworker. As revealed in a piece by Will Hodgkinson in The Guardian:
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