CLEVELAND - It's turning into a banner season for the Cleveland Orchestra.
The orchestra says it's on track to set a season record for ticket revenue for its Severance Hall performances.
Sales are up 24 percent over last year. They're on pace to set a season record of $7.6 million.
The orchestra was helped by sales of $2.8 million during the popular holiday time performances in November and December, up 62 percent from last year.
The Severance Hall season runs from September through May.
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