Monthly Archives: December 2012

Over the last year I have been working with Carnegie Hall’s Musical Connections program that brings extra ordinary music to people in need throughout New York City. One strand in that work, inspired by composer Tom Cabaniss, is the Lullaby … Continue reading

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While researchers in the commercial sector long ago developed methods for gauging consumer tastes and preferences for different product attributes, research on preferences in the arts sector is still nascent. In light of our recent work over the past year … Continue reading

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Our work in the classical music field deepened greatly over the past year, leading to more questions and a few revelations. One of those revelations, which arose from several studies of the music preferences and concert-going habits of younger adults, … Continue reading

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