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Orchestras In The U.S. Depend Almost Entirely On The Health Of Their Cities

“It used to be understood that there was a group of good community citizens, usually associated with the big companies in town who had deep ties to the community and a sense of civic responsibility. … Now companies are changing, they’re owned by holding companies, their headquarters are elsewhere, and CEOs move around.”
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