New York Philharmonic cancels season

Another virus-inflected blow to the performing arts: The New York Philharmonic, which has not performed since March and had already called off this fall’s concerts, now has canceled orchestra concerts through June 2021, at a projected cost of $20 million in ticket sales.

“It is really fair to say that in the 178-year history of the Philharmonic, this is the single biggest crisis,” the orchestra’s president and chief executive, Deborah Borda, tells The New York Times’ Zachary Woolfe:

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