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Accumulating interest

The BSO frees up resources from a rarely used fund to celebrate Elliott Carter

The Festival of Contemporary Music, devoted entirely to Elliott Carter (above), received additional promotion this year. The Festival of Contemporary Music, devoted entirely to Elliott Carter (above), received additional promotion this year. (Michael j. lutch/courtesy of the bso)
By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / July 20, 2008

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For more than a half century, the money sat largely untouched, accruing in a bank account managed by the Boston Symphony Orchestra. This summer, the BSO has tapped into the now $2.4 million Horblitt Fund. (Full article: 885 words)

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