Syracuse Symphony Orchestra Decides to Dissolve

Syracuse, NY — The Syracuse Symphony Orchestra Board of Trustees met Tuesday and voted to dissolve the corporation, sell its remaining assets and enter Chapter 7 bankruptcy proceedings. “In plain terms, the SSO as we now know it will cease to exist,” the board said in a press release.

The board noted that it made the decision because it cannot support a full 77-person orchestra to perform 200 times over a 34- or 40-week season.

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