Philadelphia Orchestra Bankruptcy
A judge gave the Philadelphia Orchestra permission to terminate its single-employer pension plans. The orchestra said it would be, “difficult, if not impossible,” to reorganize the orchestra with the current plan in place.
In the midst of the Philadelphia Orchestra bankruptcy case, the musicians and management have reached a tentative agreement on a new contract.
Musicians in the Philadelphia Orchestra have rejected a strategic plan for the future, put out by management, saying that it would destroy the reputation of one of the world’s great orchestras.
In the midst of bankruptcy, The Philadelphia Orchestra says it stopped a four-year decline in ticket sales and received more than $3 million in gifts and pledges.
In a new initiative launched today to increase awareness and support of the Philadelphia Orchestra, orchestra officials are asking members of the public to “listen with your heart.”
The Philadelphia Orchestra’s financial reorganization could leave the famed conductor playing solo.
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The board of directors of the Philadelphia Orchestra could decide on Saturday whether to file for bankruptcy, and the musicians have been staging quiet protests against the possible move.