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Minnesota Orchestra

Is it the state’s problem?

October 7, 2013
The Journal

After a year of a disastrous labor lockout, the Minnesota Orchestra seems to be caught in a ruinous death spiral. The musicians in the orchestra, which had won respect as on of the best in the nation, were asked to take a big pay cut as the economy hit donations and subsidies that paid the bills. They refused. A year of performances have been lost, and the conductor who brought the orchestra to national heights, Osmo Vnsk, has resigned in frustration.

 
 
 

 

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