Indy Symphony’s on a ticket high

December 6, 2017 by norman lebrecht


The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra sold more tickets than ever before in the year ending August 31 and scored a small surplus of $27,000 on a $26 million turnover.

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Comments (2)

  1. dorset dick says:

    The interesting point is the turnover £19m, the turnover of the 5 regional uk orchestras is £7-9 m.

    1. Saxon Broken says:

      The key figure is not really “turnover” since much of the budget of US orchestras is to pay for the administration attached to fundraising. In Europe, a much higher proportion of the budget goes to the musicians.

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