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Southwest Florida Symphony reboundsSWF Symphony rebounds
This time last year, things were tense at Southwest Florida Symphony headquarters. Really tense. The symphony's bank account was nearly empty. Crushing debts were due. And the orchestra's board of directors had been forced to lay off the symphony's entire administrative staff. They didn't have the money to pay them. The situation was so bad, symphony leaders considered canceling concerts or axing the 2013-2014 season altogether. What a difference a year makes.

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Met Opera prepares for lock out
The labor strife at the Metropolitan Opera took on a new urgency when its general manager, Peter Gelb, sent the company’s orchestra, chorus, stagehands and other workers letters warning them to prepare for a lockout if no contract deal is reached by next week.
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Competitions are corrupt
Classical music competitions are rife with corruption and bribery, Julian Lloyd Webber has claimed. The distinguished cellist and conductor said that the winners of internationally esteemed music competitions were chosen by jurors selecting their own pupils. The competitions, which can award more than £15,000 to winners, are often seen as the launching pad for the classical careers of talented young musicians. This is not the first time allegations have been leveled at classical music competitions.
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