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Here's How You Get Millennials To The Symphony

You hire them as musicians. But for real, even though they're not in the marketing department, four Millennial musicians in Milwaukee "were willing to share their ideas on how to attract more people their age to performances. Their thoughts boil down to 'accessible repertoire,' to use McCullough-Benner's phrase, and friendly concert experiences."
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