A Renowned Composer Showed His Class ‘Othello’ Featuring Laurence Olivier. Students Led A Revolt And Now He’s Accused Of Racism.

A Renowned Composer Showed His Class ‘Othello’ Featuring Laurence Olivier. Students Led A Revolt And Now He’s Accused Of Racism.


The latest victim of “cancel culture” is a renowned composer who survived China’s Cultural Revolution only to be accused by college undergraduates of racism for showing the 1965 film “Othello” featuring Laurence Olivier.

Bright Sheng, the Leonard Bernstein Distinguished University Professor of Composition at the University of Michigan School Of Music, Theater, and Dance, is by all accounts a renowned composer, conductor, and pianist. As The Michigan Daily reported, his music has been featured by “prestigious groups including the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, the Chinese National Symphony Orchestra and the New York City Ballet Orchestra.” He’s also received “numerous awards and fellowships,” and “received a commission in honor of Chinese Premier Zhu Rongji visiting the White House in 1999.”

But all of that success was no match

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