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Where Will Classical Music Be A Hundred Years From Now

How important classical music will be in the future?

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As a fanatic classical music fan, I want this music genre to exists forever. And that it won’t stop. It must be told generations from now on. And I think that people, these days, don’t even know who Mozart is, or Beethoven, Vivaldi, or whatever composer on earth there is.

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Agnes Laurens

Agnes Laurens

Agnes Laurens is a writer. She writes for the local newspaper. Agnes lives in The Netherlands, with her husband and three daughters. https://linktr.ee/alaurens

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