The Cambridge Music Festival’s new director tells Alex Stevens why sponsors like festivals annual
Justin Lee is the new director of the Cambridge Music Festival, which runs from 9 to 20 November. His first festival has performers including Murray Perahia, Andreas Scholl, The Tallis Scholars, Alison Balsom, Tom Poster and Colin Currie. The 2012 festival is the first of a new annual pattern for the previously triennial festival, which will focus on the three strands of music, education and technology. Lee has a background in orchestra management, having worked for the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, the Academy of Ancient Music, and most recently as chief executive of the Southbank Sinfonia. He studied music at Oxford before postgraduate studies in business at the London School of Economics.
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