It is no longer possible to be Mozart by inward impulses. Therefore, the task of the foundation strategy should be to anticipate and capture the needs of the time so that a "new Mozart" could really appear. The foundation's task is to force the appearance of "Mozarts" and "Hildegards."
There is an urgent need for endowment foundations in the world of music. It is a matter of life and death for composers and their art.
The foundation does not solve issues arisen by any particular idea, but the issue of creating conditions for emergence of ideas.
Almost everything in the modern cultural industry depends on success. However, this success does not always imply quality. Thus, we can see nowadays that a huge number of artistic works bring success to their authors, but they lack quality.
Indeed, the majority of successful projects are presented as media projects. Serving for amusement, for artistic consumption, they are more likely to be referred to the service industry, but not to cultural phenomena.