A Classical Affair: Part #1 An evening with Stephen Fry





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Published on Jun 21, 2012

On Monday 26 Sept 2011, Stephen Fry hosted a special evening at the Barbican to discuss the role and perceived decline of classical music in today's society and what can be done to keep its spirit alive.

With performances from rising star concert pianist James Rhodes, Sir David Tang moderating and surprise guests, the evening, captured here on film, turned out to be truly unforgettable.

Watch the next part of A Classical Affair: http://bit.ly/1Sf3nkw

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  • Song

    • J. S. Bach / A. Marcello, Concerto in D Minor, BWV 974, II. Adagio-15788-DNC
  • Artist

    • Vadim Chaimovich


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