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SPCO musicians ratify new contractSPCO musicians ratify new contract
The musicians of the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra have ratified a two-year contract extension that will bring raises for the players. The orchestra endured a 191-lockout in 2013; it ended with cuts in salaries and in the size of the group as part of a contract that expires next summer. The new extension runs from July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2018. According to the terms reached, most terms of the current contract remain the same, including the size of the orchestra at 28 musicians.

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Nashville Symphony seeks diversity
The Nashville Symphony announced the launch of a new initiative to aid talented young musicians from diverse backgrounds in pursuing music in college and beyond. The Accelerando initiative is aimed at addressing a lack of diversity in American orchestra communities. “American orchestras today do not typically reflect the rich diversity of their communities,” Nashville Symphony President Alan Valentine said. “The ultimate goal of the Accelerando program is to build a pipeline of talented musicians who will form the next generation of American orchestra musicians.
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Binghamton Phil gets new contract
Two weeks after canceling its season-opening concert amid a labor dispute, the Binghamton Philharmonic and its musicians signed a two-year labor contract that allows for its fall season to begin. In a joint statement, management and musicians say the new agreement calls for a wage freeze, "significant reduction" in mileage for musicians, and an inclusion of housing for any musician living more than 100 miles away.
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