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Some movement in ASO talksSome movement in ASO talks
Progress was made on one major issue, but none in another, after nearly 40 hours of federally mediated negotiations over the last three days between Atlanta Symphony Orchestra musicians and ASO and Woodruff Arts Center administrators. Leaders of the musicians’ union released a statement saying that “significant progress” was made on the issue of health care, but none was achieved regarding the size of the orchestra going forward.
Atlanta Journal Constitution

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Houston Symphony concertmaster tries out for New York Phil job
The New York Philharmonic will try out another potential concertmaster this week: Frank Huang, the concertmaster of the Houston Symphony. The Philharmonic has been searching for a new concertmaster — one of the great jobs in American classical music — to succeed Glenn Dicterow, who retired at the end of last season after spending 34 years as its concertmaster.
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MTT in row with patron and child at concert
A performance by the New World Symphony was brought to a halt by the conductor Michael Tilson Thomas, after a child in the audience became a distraction to himself and the musicians. The mother and child were seated in the terrace section behind the stage and in the conductor's sightline. The child was "sleeping noiselessly on the woman's lap," and the woman, who has not been identified, was gently petting her head, which caused the conductor to lose his concentration. He then asked her to leave the hall. MTT drew a sharply different picture.
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