Soon after the orchestra was allowed back to work after a disastrous lockout, a local foundation gave $38 million. This week, an Atlanta couple have added $1.25 million to support the musicians’ endowment fund.
Money is flooding in to the orchestra. The city wants it to survive. Why did its management think otherwise? Why is the Woodruff Arts Center still being run by the same executives and board members who thought silencing the orchestra was a good idea?