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April 6, 2011
Syracuse Symphony to disband, file for bankruptcy
"The Syracuse Symphony Orchestra's board of trustees has voted to dissolve the organization and enter Chapter 7 bankruptcy in the face of debts topping $5 million.
The board says it could raise only $5 million of the $7 million needed to sustain the 77-member orchestra, which was marking its 50th anniversary when the trustees decided last week to suspend the current season because of the financial problems."
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