Toronto Symphony Orchestra
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The Toronto Symphony Orchestra is one of Canada's foremost orchestras with considerable international exposure. The orchestra has just celebrated its 80th birthday but was in a situation that could result in its downfall. The relationship with the landlord was less than ideal and the renegotiation of the musician's' contract could put a strain on the organization's finances. The orchestra's board of directors brought in a consultant to provide recommendations on how to address these issues. The board, pleased with the recommendations and the outcome, is offering the consultant the position of chair of the board. The consultant must decide whether to accept this role or to continue with his consultant's position.
Arts, Entertainment, Sports and Recreation
Canada, Medium, 2001
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