Rachel Yoder joins the panel to discuss SONiC, classical music in bars, racial inequality in arts funding, pension problems with the Philadelphia Orchestra and amateur composers (get enough money to make it through retirement or die tryin’).
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- Guest panelist and executive director of the Dallas Festival of Modern Music, Rachel Yoder joins the panel to cover the news and let us know what’s up with her.
- SONiC sounds off until October 22nd, and they want you to join the noise.
- Tom Service buys Bach a beer and shakes his groove thing to Arvo Pärt.
- “We’ve got both kinds of music, country and western.” A report from the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy finds that rich white people get the lion’s share of arts funding from foundations.
- The Philadelphia Orchestra Association gets back to work, but the musicians kisses their pensions goodbye.
- Friend of the show Rob Deemer wants to know where all the amateur composers have gone. Look to your left. You’re likely to see one standing there.