State gives $2.25 million to Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra

Friday, July 08, 2005 - The new state budget allocates $2.25 million to the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, the largest amount a state agency has given to the performing arts group in recent history.
The money, from the Department of Community and Economic Development, will be used to pay the orchestra's operating expenses.
Sen. Jay Costa Jr., D-Forest Hills, said he met with PSO officials about a year ago to discuss their request...

Details: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

By Marylynne Pitz, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
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