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Why Music Competitions Don't Work

July 5, 2013

"Given their record of near-total failure to identify artists of promise, why does anyone still bother to hold music competitions at all? It seems clear that they've become irrelevant--especially now that the road to success for classical musicians is no longer as well defined as it was in 1958." The Wall Street Journal 07/05/13

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