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Local arts world wobbles as patrons feel squeeze

By Joan Anderman
Globe Staff / October 15, 2008

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Deep discounts at the mall are de rigueur, but at Symphony Hall? Tickets for the Oct. 4 Boston Symphony Orchestra concert featuring André Previn were sold at half price - and they threw in a free drink. This isn't the first time the BSO has slashed prices for a slow-selling show. But it is a sign of the economic times. (Full article: 951 words)

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