San Antonio Symphony Board of Directors projects $ 3 million deficit without budget cuts
Two days after the musicians of the San Antonio Symphony rejected the final terms of ongoing contract negotiations for the upcoming season, there are still no new offers on the table, and a new season is set to begin on Saturday with a concert. free at Main Plaza.
But representatives from the Symphony Society, the nonprofit that runs the San Antonio Symphony, said in a meeting with the Express-News editorial board on Friday that a season without cuts is not. an option. The symphony orchestra’s board of directors projects revenues of $ 5 million for the 2021-2022 season, which would result in a shortfall of about $ 3 million if cuts are not made.