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Stalling tactics in Atlanta Symphony lockoutStalling tactics in ASO lockout
No news in the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra lockout since federal mediators restarted negotiations apparently should not be taken as good news. Ending a rare period of quiet in the discordant stalemate, musicians emailed a plea for help to ASO board members. It suggested that negotiators for the orchestra’s administration and its parent nonprofit, the Wooodruff Arts Center, are using delaying tactics since talks resumed on Oct. 7.
Atlanta Journal Constitution

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Since 1989, Peter and Sarah Mandell have made close to 50 instrument loans from their ever-evolving collection of more than a dozen historic violins, violas and cellos. They used to own a Cathédrale Stradivarius, which was worth millions of dollars, but they sold it to acquire less expensive violins that could help more students. Today, the average cost of a Mandell Collection instrument is around $300,000. Most are more than 200 years old. The Mandells make their loans through the Colburn School of Music in Los Angeles.
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The Ulster Orchestra facing extinction?
The 48-year-old orchestra is perennially cash-strapped, but a series of bad business decisions and funding cuts have left it needing £500,000 to avoid bankruptcy. The players will have to find other jobs, the administration will be wound down and the Ulster Orchestra – the jewel in the Northern Ireland arts scene for nearly 50 years – will be no more.
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