Few workers have it worse than those in the classical music industry. At the best of times, there’s not much money. Even though they have good unions, they just don’t have a lot of bargain
This is the grave of Artur Rodzinski. Born in 1892 in Split, in what is today Croatia, Rodzinski grew up in the elite of the late Austro-Hungarian Empire. His father was a general in the army. He grew
The great composer and conductor and general prophet of modernism in music has died at the age of 90.
I certainly don’t care about the fate of most record labels, but streaming services increasingly make it difficult for musicians in less popular genres like jazz or classical to survive. Really,
We’ve seen a lot of coverage of lockouts lately because professional sports league owners have used the tactic to try and wring major concessions out of unions. But it is an increasingly common
No day is complete without Soviet propaganda. This translates as “The path of talent on Capitalist shores / The path of talent on Socialist shores” And let’s face it, it’s not