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The classical music industry does not promote talent. It postpones it

From the Lebrecht Album of the Week: The classical music industry does not so much promote talent as postpone it. Faced with a gleaming young star, the male curators of fame (all men) then seek validation in endless meetings. Agents and record producers hedge and haver. They deliberate and dine out, they call another meeting, […]
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