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Cleveland Orchestra breaks the bankCleveland Orchestra breaks the bank
Record fundraising, healthy attendance by young and old and a huge operating surplus have helped the Cleveland Orchestra shake off its financial blues and provided a great musical lesson to other orchestras that are struggling to survive. The Cleveland Orchestra's 2014 fiscal results hit a bunch of high notes. At the end of its fiscal year on June 30, the orchestra's surplus was $941,000, the highest since 2001, and its endowment also set a record, at a little over $172 million.

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Detroit Symphony back in black
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra's annual meeting announced that Music Director Leonard Slatkin and President and CEO Anne Parsons have both renewed their contracts through the 2016-2017 season. Combined with the musicians' contract settlement reached in January, the once-beleaguered, now-robust orchestra can look forward to several more seasons of stability. For the second year in a row, the DSO wound up in the black, this time with a small surplus of $60,000.
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Los Angeles Phil receiving $20M gift
The Los Angeles Philharmonic is receiving a $20 million gift from technology entrepreneur and philanthropist David Bohnett, the orchestra announced. The gift, which is the second largest in the orchestra's history, is being made in recognition of Deborah Borda, the orchestra's president and chief executive.
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Richmond Symphony musicians have new contract
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