Minn. Orchestra And Union Musicians End Extensive Lockout The Minnesota Orchestra hasn't performed in its concert hall in Minneapolis in 488 days. The musicians and orchestra management have been locked in a bitter labor dispute. But on Tuesday, musicians agreed to a new contract ending the longest work stoppage for any symphony orchestra in U.S. history.
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Minn. Orchestra And Union Musicians End Extensive Lockout

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Minn. Orchestra And Union Musicians End Extensive Lockout

Minn. Orchestra And Union Musicians End Extensive Lockout

The Minnesota Orchestra hasn't performed in its concert hall in Minneapolis in 488 days. The musicians and orchestra management have been locked in a bitter labor dispute. But on Tuesday, musicians agreed to a new contract ending the longest work stoppage for any symphony orchestra in U.S. history.

Minn. Orchestra And Union Musicians End Extensive Lockout

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