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Rich Copley: Partnerships help UK orchestra land big names like Perlman – Lexington Herald Leader says:

Lexington Herald Leader
Rich Copley: Partnerships help UKorchestraland big names like Perlman
Lexington Herald Leader
What: The violin legend performs Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto with conductor John Nardolillo and the UK SymphonyOrchestra, which will also perform Johannes Brahms' Academic Festival Overture and Antonin Dvorak's Symphony No. 9 “From

Thayer Symphony Orchestra launches fundraising effort – Sentinel and Enterprise says:

Thayer SymphonyOrchestralaunches fundraising effort
Sentinel and Enterprise
“Without both corporate sponsors and personal sponsors, the Thayer SymphonyOrchestracan't survive,” said Michael Hewitt, the new president of the TSO board of directors and senior vice president of Hometown Bank. “The cost of putting on a concert is
Maestro conductor marks 30 yearsThe Sun

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Melbourne Symphony Orchestra – Sydney Morning Herald says:

Melbourne SymphonyOrchestra
Sydney Morning Herald
Rating: 35 out of 5 stars. MUSIC Melbourne Town Hall, September 29. IN A rare programming departure, the Melbourne SymphonyOrchestrawith guest conductor Christopher Seaman featured the excellent work of two celebrated international brass soloists.

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Orchestra of NNY celebrating 25 years – says:

Indiana Public Media
Orchestraof NNY celebrating 25 years
TheOrchestraof Northern New York celebrates its 25th season this year, beginning Oct. 27 and 28, with Beethoven's 9th Symphony. WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES. Kenneth B. Andrews, musical director of theOrchestraof Northern New York, conducts the
Jacksonville SymphonyOrchestraneeds revived leadership in order to flourishFlorida Times-Union
Indianapolis SymphonyOrchestracancels Oct. 5 and 6 performancesIndianapolis Star
For 25 years New World Symphony alums are making beautiful music in differentThe Classical Review
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Jubilation, relief mingle at no-frills CSO gala – Chicago Tribune says:

Chicago Classical Review
Jubilation, relief mingle at no-frills CSO gala
Chicago Tribune
“Stay close to thisorchestra,” Riccardo Muti enjoined the audience at the end of the Chicago SymphonyOrchestra'sSymphony Ball gala on Saturday night, “because it represents Chicago to the world.” The CSO and its music director are about to do just
Imperial SymphonyOrchestraBrings You to Russia For Its First Concert of SeasonThe Ledger
Muti and Mutter together this time for electric partnership at CSO BallChicago Classical Review
Chicago SymphonyOrchestradoes everything right at Hill Auditorium (even '
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