Liberally Classical: The surprising future of orchestral music has arrivedJeffrey Tucker
Dec. 09, 2013
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I was recently in an ornate orchestral hall built in the late Gilded Age, a setting designed to present an opera or symphonic music to a generation before World War I that craved such performance art. The concert I attended was sold out, with tickets running between $40 and $75.