Emma Bloxham Date: Radio 3 BBC Radio 3 has announced the six new musicians from around the globe that the station has selected to join its prestigious New Generation Artists scheme from Through supporting the brightest musicians in reaching the next stage of their careers the scheme showcases new talent to listeners across the UK via a series of BBC Radio 3 broadcasts.
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