Can Taste Be Taught? Justin Davidson, a classical music critic for New York Magazine, ponders when, where and how kids learn to have taste in music and art. He talks about his quest to teach his 10-year-old son Milo about the finer things in life.
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Can Taste Be Taught?

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Can Taste Be Taught?

Can Taste Be Taught?

Can Taste Be Taught?

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Justin Davidson, a classical music critic for New York Magazine, ponders when, where and how kids learn to have taste in music and art. He talks about his quest to teach his 10-year-old son Milo about the finer things in life.