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Two Years After Strike, Detroit Symphony Triumphs At Carnegie Hall
"The cheers at the venue put an exclamation point on the remarkable turnaround the DSO has made since the end of its debilitating six-month strike in 2010-11. The strike left the institution deeply scarred and teetering on the brink of financial collapse. Two years later, the DSO has taken key steps to rebuild its business model, launched innovative programs designed to nurture new audiences at home and abroad and filled its depleted ranks with a steadily growing crop of A-list musicians." Detroit Free Press 05/10/13
Posted May 10, 2013 06:42 AM




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