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Progress For Women Composers
"Any institution that made a habit of spotlighting women would, by default, become a livelier place. It's possible that the indifference to classical music observed in younger generations has something to do with the musty, clubby atmosphere of the repertory. To outsiders, the typical concert must look a bit like zombie night at the Bohemian Grove." The New Yorker 04/22/3
Posted April 23, 2013 07:37 AM

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