There are signs within the Eurozone that the great debate about future economic prospects, inevitably messy and inconclusive, has at last shifted from prophecies of imminent doom into a phase of serious discussion about creative engagement with change and positive ways of addressing society’s structural problems. Britain’s orchestras belong to the great company of national enterprises caught in the turbulence of global and domestic recession, public spending cuts and bad news about bad debts. Classical Music invited eight senior orchestra managers to look beyond the near horizon’s financial difficulties and offer ideas for future growth and development.
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