According to IBJ.com, "Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra musicians are hoping they'll be able to move forward with a new five-year labor contract even though the ISO is still about $900,000 short of reaching an important $5 million fundraising target only a week before the deadline."
Amazing how Indy can throw money at the Pacers and the Colts, but not towards the symphony orchestra. (The Capital Improvements Board should be about more than ball sports. Will they add yet another and put soccer ahead of, in this case, music? Inquiring minds want to know.)
This Indianapolis Observer hopes an intelligent philanthropist (or several) steps up PDQ.
(Photo courtesy of Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra)