The Chicago Philharmonic is pushing forward in its continued season of change. The organization appointed its new Executive Director, Terell Johnson earlier this year and has recently featured the violin concerto, "Glory" by Marcus Norris. They both join Garrett to talk about their collaboration, their respective approaches to orchestral equity, and what it means not to leave Black communities behind. Scott honors Paula Cole's "Autumn Leaves" and asks the question, "Is a 10th symphony from Beethoven necessary?". The guys spend the weekly TRILLOQUY unpacking claims of "racial anxiety" as it pertains to the firing of a clarinetist from the Nashville Symphony.