An observation I've made lately. Classical musicians often argue that music can reach across age, culture, and race. I'm wondering if that's something we really believe? I mean, if you look at most people playing Western Classical music, and most people listening to it, there is an extreme lack of diversity in our field. What can we do to fix this issue? Many people say education, but that has been a goal for many, many years, and with very limited success. Is there a way we can expand the relm of classical music to appeal to a wider range of audience? How can we each use our own personal artistry to engage the audience? I look at a groop like Mnozil. Their technical mastery enables their musical artistry. Their show really can reach across the boundaries, yet many would look down on the for not doing "serious music." Does anybody else have thoughts on this?