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Cleveland Orchestra Reports A Widening Deficit For Second Year In A Row

Executive director Andre Gremillet said three factors contributed to the shortfall: a decline of $383,000 in Annual Fund giving, a drop of $551,000 in "special" fundraising and, most significantly, a loss of major gifts in support of the orchestra's Miami residency. Earlier this year, the orchestra reduced its presence in South Florida from four weekends […]
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