The day the music died is May 31

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By Dan Haley

Editor and Publisher

The Symphony of Oak Park and River Forest has cancelled its May 31 concert. Titled Double Vision, the concert was to feature music of Mozart and Rimsky-Korsakov. We'll also be missing Freya Pang and Claire Rong, two young soloists who were set to perform.

The Symphony, which is feeling some serious financial strain, said it will perform this concert during the 2020-2021 season, when "we will be back next season renewed and eager to perform."

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