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Day 25: Original Foreword [Part 2 of 2]

January 17th, 2014

Thus, a solution lies in the combination of concert music with the visual arts. Collectively, the visual arts can support the music and enhance the concert experience. Concerts that combine the two will be (literally) sense-ational events and, as a result, audiences will leave the concert hall having experienced heightened emotional and cultural engagement while increasing   

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Day 24: Original Foreword [Part 1 of 2]

January 16th, 2014

Music, as an art form, is thriving at an unprecedented rate, but certain genres are slowly diminishing in their seeming relevance to contemporary culture and may eventually become insignificant. At present, the standing of classical music is suffering a severe decline—not necessarily in terms of its ability to generate revenue, but in its perceived cultural   

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Day 22: The uncreative creative industry [Part 3 of 4]

January 14th, 2014

If today’s culturally dominant commercial music industry is rooted so deeply in the creation and distribution of multimedia content, why hasn’t the classical music industry followed their model of using creative content? I see training as the major influence in the current multimedia output of classical music. As dedicated musicians, the great majority of us   

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