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Anya17 Nominated for UK’s Most Prestigious Classical Music Award!

Posted on the 20 February 2013 by Anya17
I couldn’t be more delighted to announce that following hot on the heels of Anya17’s recent ‘Best Stage or Film Production’ Media Award win at The House of Commons presented by the Human Trafficking Foundation , Anya17 has just been nominated for the UK’s most prestigious Classical Music Award! The Royal Philharmonic Society (RPS) Music [...]

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