Addresses the question as to whether opera can be brought to the masses (defined as socio‐economic groups other than A and B). First, it describes the methodology used in collecting the data. Goes on to describe and analyse the audience profile of opera‐goers, and non‐opera‐goers, in terms of demographic, psychographic, and geographic analysis, and to establish reasons for attendance and non‐attendance among different social groups, based on culture, motivation, and attitude. Finally, makes recommendations in the form of a marketing mix to encourage a wider audience for opera.
Currie, G. and Hobart, C. (1994), "Can Opera Be Brought to the Masses? A Case Study of Carmen the Opera", Marketing Intelligence & Planning, Vol. 12 No. 2, pp. 13-18. https://doi.org/10.1108/02634509410057437Download as .RIS
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