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Premieres of two pieces by Britain's late mystical religious composer John Tavener and a staging of the classic musical "Kiss Me Kate" were among the highlights announced on Thursday for the BBC Proms, one of the world's biggest classical music events.The event will feature puppets performing to a suite of music based on the score for the original National Theatre production of the play.Other features of the eight-week-long event include performances of three operas of Richard Strauss in his 150th birthday year and 80th birthday tributes to two British composers, Harrison Birtwistle and Sir Peter Maxwell-Davies.Orchestras including the Berlin Philharmonic, the Budapest Festival Orchestra, the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra, the Cleveland Orchestra, the Leipzig Gewandhaus and a range of British ensembles will perform.
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