Minnesota Orchestra ends 15-month lockout with three-year agreement

MINNEAPOLIS – On Tuesday, the Minnesota Orchestra marked the end of the longest work stoppage for any symphonic orchestra in U.S. history with a new three-year labor agreement. The bitter lockout lasted a total of 488 days. Read the article by Graydon Royce in the StarTribune.

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