In Case You Missed It

Each week we’ll share a collection of articles we think are well worth reading. And now, in case you missed them … • NPR’s Rachel Martin drops in on the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and their recent flash mob performance at a suburban Detroit IKEA. • On Pacific Standard, Paul Bisceglio suggests that “listening may not be the best way to judge an orchestra’s chops.” Because maybe we see good music better than we hear it. • The Guardian‘s theater blogger …

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More Exposure Equals More Seats Filled

This is just basically me clicking “like” on Lyn Gardner’s thoughts about broadcasts not threatening the value of live theater (and I would add, of other live performance). Read it. Exposure to something compelling leads to more interest, not less. Obscurity is the enemy, not availability. Learn it, live it.

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