Tradition, a distant melody
The Camerata's mesmerizing performance of 'Between the Caucasus and Ararat' proves that the concert is still the classical music world's chief asset.
How does one perform classical music in the 21st century? How does one bring in new audiences, younger than the average concert-goer, and fill a concert hall? These questions have faced classical orchestras for the past decade, and a wealth of ploys have been offered up as answers. Thanks to these numerous tricks, the simplest, most direct and obvious answer is often overlooked, as if it were written in bold...
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