You witness it everyday. Public schools slashing music programs, the local teacher who is never replaced, the young musician who lacks a musical horizon.
The arts today are divided between the “haves” and the “have-nots”.
World-class institutions are locked behind the walls of major cities. Ten percent of the population has ninety percent of the musical opportunities while thousands of young musicians are stranded without the instruction to achieve greatness.
But their future isn’t written in stone.