Three Composers on the Necessity and Pitfalls of Political Music


When classical music composers get political, they often do it at the risk of preaching to the proverbial choir.

That is especially a danger in a bubble like the Institute for Advanced Study, a picturesque academic utopia in Princeton, N.J., where on Friday and Saturday

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    Source: New York Times

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