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“Do Orchestras Put Audiences At Risk”

Houston Chronicle’s Preview/July 9, 2020 by Wei-Huan Chen


“In any other time, under any other circumstance, the question would seem minor and technical. But today it has taken on both a global significance and pressing deadline: What happens to your breath when you play an instrument? The answer could contribute to society’s budding understanding of the health risks of attending a classical concert, which will affect…” READ MORE


KEY TAKEAWAY: Study to show the droplet effect of musicians, singers to audience


https://preview.houstonchronicle.com/classical/do-orchestras-put-audiences-at-risk-of-covid-19-15396998


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