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Oboist Tindall debuts with a provocative blend of no-holds-barred memoir and tough-minded reporting about the state of classical music. Born in , Tindall played the piano in elementary school and Journalist and oboist Tindall has fashioned a tell-all memoir of her life from the s to today, tracing her years at the North Carolina School of the Arts, study at the Manhattan School of Music Blair Tindall writes about classical music for the New York Times and has performed, toured and recorded with the New York Philharmonic. Blair Tindall.

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Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. Inside, music transforms a schoolteacher into a beautiful diva, and sustains a renowned pianist who endures two heart transplants to perform with the stars who pay him a pittance. An American goddess of the arts struggles to fulfill a dream, her ominous future mirrored by an older musician whose fantasies drain away in her lonely apartment upstairs.
Mozart in the Jungle is the first book to tell the truth about the conservatories that produce thousands of graduates a year for a handful of jobs, the superstar conductors and soloists who lord it over orchestral peons, and a fine arts establishment that is as bloated as it is self-destructive. Oboist Tindall debuts with a provocative blend of no-holds-barred memoir and tough-minded reporting about the state of classical music. Born in , Tindall played the piano in elementary school and Journalist and oboist Tindall has fashioned a tell-all memoir of her life from the s to today, tracing her years at the North Carolina School of the Arts, study at the Manhattan School of Music Blair Tindall writes about classical music for the New York Times and has performed, toured and recorded with the New York Philharmonic.