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Lacey Seiffertt  

2020: Opportunity for Change

Lacey Seiffertt
October 3, 2019

"There is a rift between current concert musicians and the concert audience. The generational gap is growing as concertgoers grow older. The expectation of what a concert experience should be is changing. The elitist attitude exhibited..."

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Fotina Naumenko  

The times they are a'changing: Music in 2020!

Fotina Naumenko
October 3, 2019

"In the year 2020, technology will become an increasingly more integral part of classical music. Our audiences have already been treated to technological additions to the traditional concert/performance: television screens at orchestral concerts, supertitles for operas, electronic music. In many ways..."

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Ashley Garofalo  

Vision 2020: The Future of Music

Ashley Garofalo
October 3, 2019

"Music. It is difficult to find a place where music does not exist in some form. From car radios to television commercials, restaurants to shopping destinations, elevators to airplanes; music plays an active role in today's society. While certainly styles and preferences have changed through the years, the over-arching category of..."

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