Councillor Arder Carson said the offer of money was conditional on the orchestra's future viability
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Ulster Orchestra: Belfast City Council offers £100,000 for rescue plan

Belfast City Council has agreed to give £100,000 to the Ulster Orchestra, to help it out of its financial problems.

However, the offer is conditional on other funders also contributing to the orchestra's £500,000 shortfall.

Deputy chair of the Strategic Policy and Resources Committee, councillor Arder Carson said the offer of money was conditional on the orchestra's future viability and sustainability.

BBC News NI Arts Correspondent Maggie Taggart reports.

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