Culture | Q&A: Asia is key to revitalizing Western classical music

Q&A: Asia is key to revitalizing Western classical music

With a new Tiianjin Juilliard School due to open in 2019, Juilliard president Joseph Polisi says the rise of Asia as a classical music center may help counter a funding decline in the West

April 14, 2017 7:30 PM (UTC+8)
Joseph Polisi, president of New York’s world-renowned Juilliard School, says the opening of a Juilliard school in Tianjin in 2019 makes strategic sense because of China's respect for education in Western art and music. Photo: Juilliard School of Music.
Joseph Polisi, president of New York’s world-renowned Juilliard School, says the opening of a Juilliard school in Tianjin in 2019 makes strategic sense because of China's respect for education in Western art and music. Photo: Juilliard School of Music.
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