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One year after settlement, Minn. Orchestra is in a better place
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One year after settlement, Minn. Orchestra is in a better place

Euan Kerr ·

Doug Wright will not soon forget the conflicted feelings he had a year ago today, when the Minnesota Orchestra and its musicians announced the end of an ugly 16-month contract dispute that silenced the hall.

Although the end of the lockout was celebrated by orchestra fans, the musicians took a 15 percent cut in pay and benefits. In return, they were guaranteed more involvement in artistic decision-making, and an increase in the number of pure classical concerts in the season.

But as relieved as they were to have a deal, the musicians knew it marked only one step toward the orchestra's return to prominence.

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