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December 18, 2002 | Diane Haithman, Times Staff Writer
The San Jose Symphony, which ceased to present concerts earlier this year due to longtime financial difficulties, has filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy papers, bringing an end to the 123-year-old institution.
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December 18, 2002 | Diane Haithman, Times Staff Writer
The San Jose Symphony, which ceased to present concerts earlier this year due to longtime financial difficulties, has filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy papers, bringing an end to the 123-year-old institution.
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June 30, 2002 | SHAWN HUBLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The sun was high by the time the live bidding started. Bottles had long since been uncorked, and the crowd under the big white tent was sweaty and loose. The spin was that the Napa Valley Wine Auction might not be much of a party in this hard year. But no, here was Chuck McMinn, whose Cabernet was a hit even if his telecom company had been out of bankruptcy for just six months.
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November 22, 1986 | KENNETH HERMAN
Symphony Hall in downtown San Diego is dark, and the San Diego Symphony Assn. has canceled its 1986-87 winter season, but orchestra members have been unwilling to relegate symphonic music to the radio. A cadre of 50 players has been giving an all-Mozart program at various churches and school auditoriums around the county, and other ensembles drawn from the orchestra have set up their stands at local shopping malls. Now the full orchestra is ready to resume performing under its own aegis.
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