Have we lost the art of listening? And, if so, does that consign classical music to irrelevance? How can we engage a generation raised on spotify and twitter with the art forms of the past? Esteemed concert pianist and memoirist, Dr Anna Goldsworthy, discusses the conundrum of classical music in the twenty-first century in her latest essay, “The Lost Art of Listening”, published in the October edition of The Monthly.
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