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Even before her record-breaking began in 1952, Queen Elizabeth II was encouraging musicians from all walks of life. To help celebrate Her Majesty's 90th, here's a stunning photographic review of her many musical connections.
On 6 May, The Queen attended an LSO gala concert conducted by Leonard Bernstein featuring three of his most important works: the Chichester Psalms - sung by 15-year old Aled Jones; the Serenade for Violin and Orchestra - played by Gidon Kremer; and the Age of Anxiety - featuring pianist Krystian Zimerman. They are all pictured with music director John Mauceri.
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