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Q&A: Sarah Alexander

The National Youth Orchestra's chief on winning the Queen's Medal for Music

Sarah Alexander is chief executive and artistic director of the National Youth Orchestra, which has become the first organisation to win the Queen’s Medal for Music (first awarded to Sir Charles Mackerras in 2005). The medal ‘celebrates the NYO’s longstanding commitment to nurturing the talent and potential of Britain’s teenage musicians’ and was presented by the Queen on 5 December at the Barbican.

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