Making classical music a more equitable place demands a cultural change – and cultural changes don’t happen without action. These organizations are leading the charge in addressing the historic racial disparity in classical music.
Author: Samuel Thompson
Samuel Thompson is a professional violinist and administrator who currently serves as Program Director of the Bridges Program in Baltimore. His writing has appeared in Strings Magazine, the San José Chamber Orchestra’s “Other Notes” and at Violinist.com, and recent performances include Bill Barclay’s “The Black Mozart” at the Tanglewood Music Center.