When the Council for Culture released its long-awaited musical advice a month ago, its president Marijke van Hees was remarkably nervous. This was particularly evident in her choice to act as moderator at her own presentation. When there, at Amsterdam's Allard Pierson Museum, there was (very mild) criticism of the advice, she shot to the defence. That got a bit embarrassing, but I now know why it happened: that nervousness was not because of the musical, but because of the g...
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