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Language Barriers: Foreign Titles Intimidate the Uninitiated

I have written often about the various ways in which classical music has managed to distance itself from the public, including potential new audience members.  Focus groups over many years now, when talking to people who go to the theater and to museums, and even opera performances, have found that those same people resist attending symphony concerts because they feel intimidated.
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David Wallechinsky: Academy Awards: Foreign Language Films 2010

Entertainment : Huffington Post: Entertainment Blog (5 years ago)

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Music / Classical : Sandow (5 years ago)

Seems like a couple of points often -- always? -- come up when I talk about changes -- aging, shrinkage -- in the classical music audience. Any stats about aging (and there are plenty, proving the aging of the audience, over many ye... Read Post

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Music / Classical : Sandow (4 years ago)

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