"The Universe is under no obligation to make sense to you"
Classical pianist and YouTube sensation Yuja Wang is making her Celebrity Series of Boston debut on Friday night, and there is some debate in the classical world about whether or not the dresses she wears make for proper attire.
What do you think? Should it matter what a classical pianist wears while performing?
Plays Sergei Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto No. 3, aka Rach 3, one of the most difficult songs to play in the world, the notes on the sheet music is described as being so dense it looks like a phonebook.
World shits itself because of what she’s wearing.
The world would rip a woman to shreds over her socks before daring to acknowledge her accomplishments.
I don’t know I’d this really has to do with her being a women. When you participate in certain subsets of society or social groupings there are certain expectations. When you’re apart of that social groups anf have your base parts of your hierarchy of needs (look up maslows hierarchy of needs) then you focus on stupid things like how others are dressed. Is that not akin to being a hipster or scene kid? Its interesting because these groups are all centered around music. You’d think that social subsets based around music would focus on music instead of how others are dressed but hey that’s not the case.
Is this kind of inclusion wrong? It exists regardless of gender, race, or orientation.