'There's massive potential for growth': Decca's Rebecca Allen on the Classic BRITs comeback

Andre Paine

Decca president Rebecca Allen has told Music Week it’s the “right time” for the return of the Classic BRIT Awards amid a resurgence for non-pop repertoire.

The televised event, organised by the BPI, is being revived to mark the growing popularity of classical releases, musical theatre and music from TV, film and video game soundtracks.

“As an industry we’re delighted to have this back,” said Allen, co-chair of the Classic BRITs committee with InterTalent chairman Jonathan Shalit.

“There’s been so ...

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