Eric Nilsson

"However much it takes to become a top-flight classical musician, the performer can expect to earn only what the market is able and willing to pay ... The problem is that unless and until society at large assigns higher value to the extraordinary work of classical music performers, musicians cannot expect to be paid what they deserve."

an attorney in Minnesota, who has two family members in the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, from his editorial for Minnesota Public Radio. Read the full article here.