Episode 5.04 Stuffy, Boring, Old, Lame

Positive / Visible / Social (Organized):
orchestras and the question of “public goods”

Tagged: art, business

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We talk about orchestras, ask whether financial viability is a guide to the health or importance of particular institutions (hint: Betteridge’s Law), and look at how orchestras and other such institutions can be real markers of cultural health even for the people they don’t directly affect.

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