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Lucerne in the 90s as boss signs on til 2025

The Lucerne Festival sold 91 percent of its tickets this summer, slightly above last year. Its exectutive and artistic director, Michael Haefliger, who has been in charge since 1999, signed a new contract this morning, taking him to 2025. Under Haefliger, the festival’s budget has boomed from 14 to 24 million francs, 95 percent of […]
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