The members of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra have had to deal with inefficient incandescent lights in their music stands for years, a struggle when sight-reading in the dimly lit pit, especially as players age. A recent project to change that has put the symphony’s performers in much better light. “The ability to read music with good lighting is essential to their job,” said Ian Harwood, Vice President and COO of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra. “If they ...

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