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Warner Music Group Creates $100, 000 Fund for Classical Musicians

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The Warner Music Group will give a $100, 000 prize for classical musicians. The award is funded by Len Blavatnik, who took over Warner in 2011. The award is going to be given annually to an artist between 18 and 35, according to WQXR. Many of the potential recipients are taken from the Carnegie Hall season. The Blavatnik family has increasingly donated money to the arts. Blavatnik said, “One of the primary missions of our foundation is to support and encourage young people in a diversity of disciplines. Helping young musicians is essential if we are to see classical music to thrive for generations to come.”

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