Plum for a musician - and for the orchestra
To thousands of aspiring young musicians, what Joseph Conyers achieved in the spring was the stuff of elusive dreams.
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Since: Aug 10
#1 Oct 4, 2010
"After admitting its first African American musician in 1969 and two more in the early 1970s (players now in their mid- to late 60s), progress stopped - until Conyers took up his post with the start of this season."
Everything has to be about race with the blacks. Never mind that classically trained black musicians are about as rare as black geniuses.
Obviously they should have been hiring token blacks for the sympathy, or all the black fans will cry racism...
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