Today I team up with my fellow co-directors of Happenstance, a concert series in Toronto, Adanya Dunn and Brad Cherwin, to talk about programming concerts. We feel that this is an often overlooked aspect of performances in classical music, and we would like to share some of our thoughts and insights regarding the subject. We boiled it down to 4 questions to ask ourselves in the early stages of programming a concert.
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