BBC Music is launching a contemporary classical and world music record label called Late Junction, spinning off the Radio Three programme of the same name.
The label kicks off with its first commercial releases on May 27: three artist albums from US composer John Adams, Max Richter's debut album and jazz classical outfit David Rees-Williams Trio and a Late Junction compilation album.
BBC Music's head of marketing Alan Taylor says, "Late Junction has built up a core fanbase and the ...
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