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One-On-One With Dave ChappelleComedian Dave Chappelle is enjoying a successful run at First Avenue and he's also added an extra show at the Pantages Theatre Saturday. Today, Chappelle sat down with his good friend, WCCO reporter, Reg Chapman to talk about his week in Minneapolis, what's ahead and more.
As Vänskä Leaves, So Does Urgency Around Future NegotiationsThe Minnesota Orchestra's famed conductor quit Tuesday, less than 24 hours after talks collapsed and two high profile concerts at New York’s Carnegie Hall were canceled. The departure of Osmo Vänskä means the lockout of the musicians, which hit the one-year mark on Tuesday, will continue indefinitely.
Minn. Orchestra Cancels Carnegie Hall Concerts, Vänskä Expected To QuitThe Minnesota Orchestra announced late Monday afternoon that the planned Carnegie Hall concerts have been canceled, a move which is widely expected to result in the departure of famed director and conductor Osmo Vänskä. Vänskä originally set the Monday deadline, saying he would quit if there was not a deal that would bring musicians back to work. The possible loss of Vänskä is widely seen as a significant blow to the orchestra's reputation. Vänskä has not yet made a public statement as of early Monday evening.