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Richard Morrison

Writing last month about the changes we could expect when we emerge from this nightmare, I suggested that ‘the balance between streamed music and live performance may be permanently altered’. Now that concert and operatic life is a fast-receding memory – like a carefree childhood that one truly appreciated only when plunged into the bruising adult world – I want to expand on that conjecture. Has this enforced lockdown permanently shifted our preferences for going out to

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