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by Ivan Hewett

Global Voices

Eight youth choirs from South Africa, Latvia, Is­rael, Amer­ica, In­done­sia, Nor­way, Hong Kong and Bri­tain come to­gether to per­form Jonathan Dove’s There

was a Child, which traces the com­ing to con­scious­ness of a child from in­fancy to ma­tu­rity. Royal Fes­ti­val Hall, Lon­don SE1 (020 7960 4200), Mon

Hallé Or­ches­tra

The Hallé pre­mieres the new sym­phony by Huw Watkins, along­side the mighty Pi­ano

Con­certo by Brahms. You can also catch the new sym­phony in Sh­effield the fol­low­ing night, this time with Elgar’s 1st Sym­phony. Bridge­wa­ter Hall, Manch­ester (0161 907 9000), Thurs; City Hall, Sh­effield (01142 789 789), Fri

JAZZ In­takt Fes­ti­val

Record la­bel In­takt ex­plores ar­eas where most other la­bels fear to tread, show­cas­ing many of their best artists, in­clud­ing sax­o­phon­ist In­grid Laubrock. Vor­tex Jazz Club, Lon­don N16 (020 7254 4097), to­mor­rowApril 27

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