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  • Repertoire

    Scott Joplin and Wynton Marsalis may be the best-known names among Black composers, but even a surface scratch of research turns up an extraordinary list of talent reaching as far back as 1745 (Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-George) up through this decade (George Walker, who died in 2018). W...

  • Audience

    Classical music’s history as a predominantly white-led art form has contributed to the barriers that keep audiences of color out of concert halls, recital rooms and opera houses. Celeste Headlee leads a panel of artists and advocates in discussing some remedies: repertoire that reflects diversity...