The Cleveland Orchestra, which has been leaking dollars considerably faster than they can be replenished, hopes that there's money to made in seasonal migrations to Miami. This is a tack that the orchestras of other snowbound cities might consider: follow that aging audience we're always hearing about to places where grey is cool. Or what about moving the franchise completely? Baseball teams do it. Why not find a sponsor eager to import a fancy northeastern brand name to the culturally drought-ridden sunbelt? Houston's already got a symphony and an opera company, so that 's out. No disrespect intended, but who'd keep buying tickets to the Scottsdale Symphony if the BSO moved into town?
— Justin Davidson