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September 14th, 2018

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A still from Everybody's Gone to the RaptureCredit: The Chinese Room

A still from Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture
Credit: The Chinese Room

The best music stays with you long after you finish playing.

Ask anyone who works in classical music what the biggest challenge of their job is, and they will unfailingly reply: getting young people to listen to it. Studies from around the world routinely find that audiences skew towards those aged over 60, and sales of recordings and concert tickets are declining. The image of the repertoire as elitist and contemporary compositions as inaccessible lingers despite diversity and access initiatives. It’s no surprise that headlines regularly surface asking the depressing question “is classical music dead?”. Full story.

Caroline Crampton (NewStatesman) / November 6, 2017

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