Major Competitions Are Faced with the Quandary of Teachers on Juries

By Brian Wise Questions about fairness and transparency in music competitions have been in the air since the days when a young Van Cliburn was prowling concert stages, fresh off his Tchaikovsky Competition win. In 1961, New York Times music critic Harold C. Schonberg, just back from a contest in Bucharest, wrote about the phenomenon … Continue reading Major Competitions Are Faced with the Quandary of Teachers on Juries