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Cleveland Orchestra launches ‘Members Club’ loyalty program – Crain’s Cleveland Business
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ClevelandOrchestralaunches 'Members Club' loyalty program
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Theorchestraon Wednesday, Sept. 14, announced details of a new ticket buying and loyalty program called the “Members Club,” which began as an invitation-only pilot in fall 2015 and now is being rolled out to the public. Here's how it works: For a

MN Orchestra to perform at Vikes-Packers game – KARE
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MNOrchestrato perform at Vikes-Packers game
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“We were honored when the Vikings invited theOrchestrato be part of this game experience,” said MinnesotaOrchestraPresident and CEO Kevin Smith in a press release. “The Vikings' home opener at U.S. Bank Stadium is a major event in Minnesota, and …
MinnesotaOrchestraTo Play Halftime At Sunday's GameCBS Local

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Toledo Symphony Orchestra ready to raise curtain – Toledo Blade
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The Toledo SymphonyOrchestrawill raise the curtain on its 73rd season at 8 p.m. Saturday. True to its moniker — “A Season of Lasting Impressions” — it begins with Emmy and Tony Award-winning actress Kristin Chenoweth as headliner of the opening

How to see the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra for $1.25 per concert during its 48th season – The San Gabriel Valley Tribune
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How to see the Los Angeles ChamberOrchestrafor $1.25 per concert during its 48th season
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September is one of those transition months. While outdoor summer concerts are wrapping up, several groups are beginning their 2016-17 indoor seasons this month. Los Angeles ChamberOrchestra's48th season, which begins Sept. 24 in Glendale's Alex …

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Orchestra opens with ‘Scottish Fantasy’ – Valdosta Daily Times
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Orchestraopens with 'Scottish Fantasy'
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VALDOSTA, Ga. — Composer Max Bruch is renowned for creating works specifically for violin andorchestra. The German composer (1838-1920) could not play the violin. Yet, he seemed to have an innate understanding of the instrument. As music critic Ted …

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From Trash To Triumph: The Recycled Orchestra – NPR
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From Trash To Triumph: The RecycledOrchestra
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When you think of anorchestra, you're probably picturing refined woodwoods, brass, and strings. But one ensemble I recently met is made up mostly of kids who play instruments made out of literal trash. This is the RecycledOrchestrafrom Cateura

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