DSO confronts a $2-million deficit and its 3rd red year

While the Detroit Symphony Orchestra continues to bask in the glow of its new $60-million cultural palace, a sudden surge of red ink revives chilling memories of the bad old days.

The DSO will announce an operating deficit of nearly $2 million on a $28-million budget at its annual meeting of members on Wednesday, according to people with knowledge of the orchestra's finances.
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