Thursday, October 24, 2002

From todays ArtsJournal
You know the music industry has hit hard times when the president of the Juilliard School is saying things like "I'm just as much thrilled if someone gets a job teaching junior high school music as if they get a job in the Chicago Symphony." Joseph Polisi also indicated that, with the job market in music tighter than ever, it will be essential for young musicians to find new ways of bringing music to the public if the form is to survive.
WOW!! who'da thunk I'd have the same job as a Juliard grad?? You can Click Here to read the entire article.