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San Juan Capistrano

May 12, 2000|Kenneth Ma, (949) 248-2157

The Capistrano Valley Symphony's dwindling budget has transformed into a musical bounty for the Capistrano Unified School District.

Symphony trustees this week donated orchestral sheet music worth $10,000 to the school district's music office.

Last month, the symphony moved to a smaller office, leaving it with too much music and too little space to store it.

The Dana Point-based symphony, which began in 1984, weeded out almost 200 pieces of music that hadn't been performed in the last couple of years and offered it to the district, said Patti Short, president of the symphony's board of trustees.

The symphony will be able to borrow the music if it needs it, Short said.

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