Minnesota Orchestra Members Ratify New Deal to End Lockout

January 15, 2014

Musicians of the Minnesota Orchestra will be back onstage soon after they and the Orchestra Board of Directors have ratified a new collective bargaining agreement that will end the nearly 16-month lockout of the musicians. The agreement takes effect Feb. 1 and performances are expected to begin later that month.

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