Saturday, February 13, 2016

Is classical music really on the decline?


Many people said classical music is on the decline, the situation of record sales is bad, dozen of orchestras closed their doors. The problem that classical music faces is obvious, the institutions of classical music are very expensive. On the other hand, listeners prefer new online services, so they seldom buy CDs. We should cherish classical music, they are essence of life and humanity, we need to build audiences for it, give young people more education about it, set more nonprofit enterprise to help classical music.

http://mariustesch.net/the-future-of-classical-music/

1 comment:

Heidi Embrey said...

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Thanks, hope you have a great day! :)