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Philadelphia Orchestra May File for Bankruptcy

The Philadelphia Orchestra may soon be filing for bankruptcy. According to reports, the orchestra is dealing with financial strain and may be considering Chapter 11. As of now, the orchestra has not commented on the possible bankruptcy filing. The orchestra was reportedly founded in 1900 and was the first orchestra to appear on a national television broadcast.       

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