We’re back with our first episode of 2013 (and this time we mean business). We discuss cruel discrimination against classical music in the US and the UK, how things went for orchestras, financial stability for Steinway and how much Spotify metadata sucks.
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- In our first episode of 2013 we discuss the cruel discrimination against classical music in the US and in the UK in their obligatory end-of-year roundups.
- Euan Kerr at the NPR Deceptive Cadence blog wants to know if this was the year the orchestras hit the wall.
- Steinway Musical Instruments Inc’s pastures are looking greener after a year of cost cutting.
- In case you hadn’t heard, #FoTS Rob Deemer reminds us that Spotify’s metadata for classical music is awful. Join the fight to help make the site searchable by “composer.”