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The Heart Of Classical Music's Maestra Problem
Justin Davidson: "It is the professional institutions, presided over mostly by men and governed by ossified views, that control the process by which promising young musicians become prominent old ones. And a system ostensibly devoted to fostering talent in fact winds up casually squelching it." New York Magazine 10/08/13
Posted October 10, 2013 12:54 AM

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