Here’s What The Stark Gender Disparity Among Top Orchestra Musicians Looks Like by Amanda Shendruk

The clustering of instruments by gender reflects prejudices that date back to the 19th century, or earlier. Women were discouraged from playing instruments that might distort their facial features, as well as instruments that required supposedly unladylike postures, or that were heavy or powerful.

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