$101,000 for BSO:The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra raised...

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February 06, 1991|By From staff reports

$101,000 for BSO:

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra raised $101,000 from 610 donors on Symphony Sunday and on Monday night this week, making its goal and keeping on track for its August annual giving goal of $2,600,000, Patricia Purcell, director of development, reported. The amount was just below the $104,000 gained in last year's one-day campaign. The BSO has raised about $1,375,618 so far in 1990-91. The amount represents funds given outside of ticket and subscription sales. The BSO plans to raise $3 million in 1991-92.

The Hammond story:

Morgan State University's radio station WEAA (88.9 FM) at 8 p.m. tonight continues its 13-week series of programs dedicated to John Hammond, the late Columbia Artists offical who promoted the careers of scores of jazz, blues, folk and rock musicians. Tonight's program, ''Cafe Society," deals with the legendary New York jazz club, the first integrated nightclub in New York. Its owner, Barney Josephson, tells the club's story.

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