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Philly Pops trying to replace conductor due to expensive contract
Philadelphia - The Philadelphia Orchestra is looking to end a more than 30-year relationship with its longtime conductor, Peter Nero. The orchestra, which is facing bankruptcy, said the artistic director was too expensive.
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The Philadelphia Orchestra on stage with Stokowski for the American premiere of Mahler's Eighth Symphony, March 2, 1916.
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