Attorney General looking into SSO finances
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SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman will investigate the shutdown of the Syracuse Symphony Orchestra. The goal of the investigation is to determine whether refunds can be made to people who have already bought tickets.
Schneiderman says his office plans to meet with members of the orchestra to gather information related to ticket sales and financial statements. His office hopes to find out how many ticket holders there are and how much they are owed.
The Attorney General's office is urging people who bought tickets to contact the regional office at (315) 448-4848 to file complaints.