Robert Morrison

Founder of Music for All

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Founder of Music for All, a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing music and arts education in the US; author of the 2004 report, "The Sound of Silence," about the decline of music education in California public schools

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For the first time in years, state money is flowing to public schools for the teaching of music, just as the Los Angeles Philharmonic hires a new conductor who is a poster boy for…

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For the first time in years, state money is flowing to public schools for the teaching of music, just as the Los Angeles Philharmonic hires a new conductor who is a poster boy for…

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