Sir George Bain
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Ulster Orchestra: Current operating model 'not viable' for future

The Ulster Orchestra has told Stormont's culture committee it cannot cut more staff to save money, while it tackles a £500,000 gap in funding.

It has already reduced administrative staff from 23 to 18 and employs 63 musicians.

Sir George Bain, the executive chairman, said the orchestra currently was "not viable" and that it was looking at alternative operating models.

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