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Gen Z and young millennials' surprising obsession
by Daisy Woodward
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24 January 2023
On 24 January 2023 BBC News reported:
If asked to guess what under 25-year-olds are listening to, it's unlikely that many of us would land upon orchestral music. And yet a survey published in December 2022 by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO) found that 74 percent of UK residents aged under 25 were likely to be tuning into just that at Christmas-time, compared with a mere 46 percent of people aged 55 or more.
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These figures reflect not only the RPO's broader finding that under 35-year-olds are more likely to listen to orchestral music than their parents, but also the widespread surge in popularity of classical music in general, particularly among younger generations.
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