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Looking to cut costs, BSO asks volunteers to pay fee

By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / April 13, 2007

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With a high-profile conductor and the largest endowment in the industry, the Boston Symphony Orchestra has long been a model of success for others in the orchestra world. But figures revealed this week show that the BSO has struggled with a growing budget deficit over the last three years. (Full article: 872 words)

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