Struck in N.Y., Phila. Orchestra pulls off a concert anyhow
Posted on Thursday, Oct 03, 2013
The New Yorkers struck, but the Philadelphians stuck. Stuck to their hometown fans, that is. Unable to perform at Wednesday night's Carnegie Hall season-opening gala after stagehands went on strike, the Philadelphia Orchestra responded with a bold Plan B, putting on an abbreviated concert back home in Verizon Hall.
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