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Atlanta Symphony lockout continuesAtlanta Symphony lockout continues
The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra was scheduled to open its 70th season this week, but musicians have been locked out of their workplace since September 7th, when their contract expired. The same thing happened just two years ago. Back then, negotiators reached a new agreement before opening night. This year, Atlanta classical music fans were not so lucky. Management is also standing firm.

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Nelsons begins tenure at Boston Symphony
When Andris Nelsons took the podium for his first official concert as music director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra on September 27th, it marked an end to more than three years in the wilderness for a venerable musical institution. Having been troubled by the ill health of its previous musical director, James Levine, the orchestra endured a long interregnum of guest conductors while a replacement was sought. The selection of the ebullient Nelsons seems calculated to banish memories of that period.
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Vienna State Opera speaks out on conductor resignations
Dominique Meyer, the Director of the Vienna State Opera, has finally broken his silence following the sudden and publically acrimonious resignation of maestro Bertrand De Billy last week. De Billy quit just one week after the similarly abrupt departure of the Opera’s principal conductor Franz Welser-Mφst but Meyer has accused the French conductor of having effectively thrown in the towel over a year ago. Losing two high profile and internationally in-demand conductors in such a short amount of time has been a source of embarrassment and controversy for the State Opera.
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