Locked Out Musicians Play Another Sold Out Concert
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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The lockout between the Minnesota Orchestra and its management is entering its 12th week with no new talks scheduled.
That isn’t stopping the musicians from playing in front of large audiences, though, as they are scheduling performances on their own. The musicians played in front of a sold out crowd Sunday afternoon at the Ted Mann Concert Hall.
The Minnesota Orchestra musicians have been locked out since their contract expired on Oct. 1.