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Minnesota Orchestra to give Free Concert

Mike Lawson • News • August 19, 2013

The Minnesota Orchestra, which is currently in the midst of a musician lockout as its administration and players are unable to agree to contract terms, has announced that it will perform a free concert on September 15, open to the public, at Lake Harriet in Minneapolis. The Minnesota Orchestra, which is currently in the midst of a musician lockout as its administration and players are unable to agree to contract terms, has announced that it will perform a free concert on September 15, open to the public, at Lake Harriet in Minneapolis. Organizers are expecting approximately 4,000 people to attend.

The ensemble has been silent since Oct 1 of 2012, when the musicians rejected a contract proposal that would have cut salaries by 30 percent. Contract talks and negotiations are still underway.

www.minnesotaorchestra.org

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