The London Contemporary Orchestra, now five years old, has gained a reputation for using unusual venues. Its current series began in a disused underground station and continues via the Roundhouse and Primrose Hill to Bethnal Green, making vivid the music of Claude Vivier. Its artistic directors talks to Toby Deller
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