Detroit’s saviour has died

The energy executive Alfred Glancy III, chairman of the Detroit Symphony in the precarious 1990s, has died at 80.

He balanced the books, professionalised the business, revitalised the physical surroundings and, after he stepped down as chairman in 1998, just carried on giving.

Every orchestra needs a chair like Alfred Glancy III.

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