Sunday, July 18, 2010

Charlotte Symphony Summer Haul Less This Year

The $100,000-plus that the Charlotte Symphony took in last year at their summer concerts helped keep them afloat this season. According to the WFAE website, audience members were a little less generous this year, although they still collectively chipped in $75,832.

As orchestra executive director mentions, one of the reasons for the reduced total is that many people might assume that the Charlotte Symphony has solved its money problems. It hasn't; it's only bought itself some time