San Francisco Symphony Orchestra Chooses Wokeness Over Art
Okay. I want to read to you. And i'm gonna try to take jim in scranton by the way just for the record and i want to read to you. A letter sent to the members of one of the leading orchestras of the country. The san francisco symphony orchestra. I have friends in many of the top orchestras of the country because of my interest in involvement in classical music dear. All i won't read the whole letter as we start the twenty twenty one twenty two season allen when i say alan on the air you know it's serious. I wanted to take a moment to address some questions about the nature and future of our d. e. I work together. i will note after many sentences. Something the assumption is the members of the orchestra. No what the diversity equity and inclusion so there have been some questions will. Who is the person here. The person who wrote it is matthew. Spivey interim ceo of the san francisco symphony orchestra. 2-0 one van ness avenue san francisco over the last three years. The san francisco symphony has been on a remarkable journey of learning self reflection and change. The entire letter is pablum the entire letter it is unworthy of adults. It is or william pablum. The san francisco symphony has been on a remarkable journey of learning self reflection and change The journey there the symphony orchestra is on a journey and of lot learning self reflection and change. All of that is a euphemism for over the last three years we have made the san francisco symphony orchestra. More and more awoke.