The merger of a number of music organisations into Sound and Music got off to a promising start, but three years down the line it ran into a damaging and highly publicised rift with composers and performers. Brought into sort the mess was former Arts Council England music director Susanna Eastburn. She talks to Andrew Stewart.
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