Charleston Symphony looks to hobble together one concert during its 75th year

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Ailing in public attention and cash flow, the Charleston Symphony Orchestra is pushing to do a one-time concert event later this year to "demonstrate that performances of classical music are essential to the cultural life of the city."

That quote is from a nice report in The Post and Courier on what it is the group is hoping to achieve and why; read it here.

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