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Philadelphia Orchestra Board Approves New Contract; Musicians Do Pop-Up Concerts All Over Town To Celebrate

“Musicians of the Philadelphia Orchestra fanned out across the region Tuesday, chatting up fans, playing in string quartets and wind quintets, and doing a little damage control.”
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