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Can symphonies find new audience with simulcasts?

Charles Dutoit conducting the Philadelphia Orchestra, which will broadcast concerts in theaters. Charles Dutoit conducting the Philadelphia Orchestra, which will broadcast concerts in theaters. (Rachel Papo for The New York Times)
By David Weininger
Globe Correspondent / September 3, 2010

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Would you shell out for a ticket at your local multiplex to be able to grab a box of Milk Duds, hunker down in a comfy seat, and watch a symphony concert? (Full article: 806 words)

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