Karl Miller asks:
>A new Symphony by Vaughan Williams would be a great event. How we
>longed for, but never got that Third Symphony from Walton...
>Is there any composer today who, at the age of 40 or so, is considered
>a master, with each new work of his or hers being eagerly awaited by
>the concert going public?
I don't know about the concert-going public, but I want to hear the next
Golijov, Tormis, Boulez, Adams, Rosner, Rouse, and Lees.