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The Day the Music Died

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Santa Clarita, California -- Due to slow ticket sales and limited fundraising, the Santa Clarita Symphony was forced to cancel its 2009 concert season.

In stead, they will introduce a Café Series, featuring duos, trios and quintets, but large concerts with a full compliment of professional musicians, and the annual family concert will have to wait for some financial recovery to perform again.

Even music lovers have to pay the price for difficult economic times.

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Sandy Sand began her writing career while raising three children and doing public relations work for Women's American ORT (Organization for Rehabilitation through Training). That led to a job as a reporter for the San Fernando Valley Chronicle, a (more...)
 

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