National Philharmonic Bows Out Abruptly

    The National Philharmonic, a year-round regional orchestra based at Strathmore in Montgomery County, Md., is planning to close after 36 years — because it’s run out of money. The announcement was made on Tuesday afternoon in a press statement from the orchestra’s president, Leanne Ferfolia.

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