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Restoration to shine new light in Symphony Hall

Jim Pigott of Arlington worked on a window by the chandelier in Symphony Hall in Boston yesterday. Jim Pigott of Arlington worked on a window by the chandelier in Symphony Hall in Boston yesterday. (David L. Ryan/ Globe Staff)
By Andrew Ryan
Globe Staff / July 29, 2008

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Daylight will cascade into Symphony Hall this fall for the first time for audiences since the 1940s, splashing from 14 half-moon windows that had been covered since the air raid scares of World War II. (Full article: 227 words)

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