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Symphony revenue history

2012-2013 $8,248,655 [$10,045,954]

2013-2014 $6,894,935 [$8,263,227]

2014-2015 $6,851,031 [$8,200,876]

2015-2016 $8,321,047 [$9,836,439]

2016-2017 $8,001,069 [$9,260,898]

2017-2018 SSSA + SMSA* $9,288,458 [$10,494,666]*

2018-2019 $6,046,935 [$6,710,610]

2019-2020** $5,491,485 [$6,019,922]**

*SSSA $5,729,692 + SMSA $3,558,766

**No performances after mid-March 2020 due to COVID

Adjusted to 2022 dollars


WHY DESTROY THE ORCHESTRA OVER A $4.7M FICTION?


https://www.mosas.org/post/the-4-7m-elephant-in-the-room


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