Talk:Grand Rapids Symphony

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I've re-added the tags ({{notability}} {{COI}}, and {{moresources}}) - distinctly minor-league sources, and some of the assertions are, frankly, thin (all the venues listed except Carnegie Hall are all in-state). And having the article created by Grsymphony (talk · contribs) is a might suspicious. --Calton | Talk 15:35, 23 June 2007 (UTC)

I understand your arguments relating to notability, however there are 9 references, so a {{moresources}} tag isn't required. The {{COI}} template is a clean-up tag not a marker for articles that were created by parties that had a conflict of interest - the tone of the article is reasonably neutral. Addhoc 22:06, 29 June 2007 (UTC)

Request expansion[edit]

Kville105125 00:17, 12 October 2007 (UTC) I requested more information on the concert series' the Symphony performs.