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91Classical

These two musicians from MTSU play works by Weber and Gershwin on piano and clarinet.


Nina Cardona / WPLN

Not long after the turn of the 20th century, poets stopped rhyming and painters turned to abstractions. Composers who write classical music threw out their long-established rules around that time, too. Most audiences didn't like that change. Most orchestras just stopped playing new music.

A century later, that’s finally changing. And in Nashville, some musicians who play contemporary and avant-garde compositions are starting to draw even the youngest of audiences.


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