The Problem With Young American Conductors

“They have advanced degrees, even doctorates, from major universities and conservatories. They can put together interesting programs, master difficult scores and rehearse efficiently. They can talk to audiences and schmooze donors. Smartly coiffed and dressed, they look good on TV, posters and season brochures. But can they conduct an interesting phrase?”

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