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Louisville Orchestra May File for Bankruptcy

The Louisville, Kentucky Orchestra may be headed for a bankruptcy filing depending on the situation. As of now, it is unclear whether musicians will be paid in this matter. If the bills cannot be paid this month, the business may need to file. At this time, the scheduled performances will go on as planned despite whether or not musicians are paid on time.     

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