The future of classical music presentation and education occupies much of the discussions — online and elsewhere — enacted by art managers and college administrators in the USA today. Of course, there are many definitions of what “classical music” is, and diverse repertoires come along with said definitions. However, for the broad public, classical music is that repertoire performed with symphony orchestras. Could the orchestra itself undergo a radical transformation, not only in its modus operandi, but also in its internal constitution?
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