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Nashville Symphony rebornNashville Symphony reborn
As it prepares to re-enter labor negotiations with its musicians, the Nashville Symphony has reduced its debt to less than $23 million, lowered operating expenses by $10 million a year and set a new ticket sales record, according to information released on Friday. A new audit also offers details about the behind-the-scenes financial maneuvering that saved the Schermerhorn Symphony Center from foreclosure last year.
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Houston Symphony's has new contract
The Houston Symphony’s players and management have reached a four-year labor agreement that will increase the orchestra’s minimum salary to $97,240 in the 2017-18 season. With nearly six months to go on the current contract, the players ratified the new agreement Thursday after three months of negotiations, the orchestra announced.
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Vanska made an open appeal to both sides only a few weeks into the lockout, imploring them to “do what it takes, find a way, talk together, listen to each other and come to a resolution of this dreadful situation.” He didn’t think things would go that far. “When I wrote those letters,” he said last week in the Netherlands, “I wanted to give pressure so that they could make an agreement.” He added, “I was very surprised that they, that the board allowed the resignation to happen.”
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