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Two lockouts, two outcomesTwo lockouts, two outcomes
There were two orchestras and two lockouts. Finally, there were two settlements. But for all the similarities between the Minnesota Orchestra and the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, there are, for the time being, very different outcomes. Small contract provisions illustrate the differences in the musician-management relationship at the two orchestras. For example, both included more partnerships in resolving the labor woes. But Minnesota Orchestra musicians elect their members to the main management-musician committee. In St. Paul, the musicians are chosen by management. That has been a factor in creating rifts among musicians.

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The Fort Wayne Philharmonic board will use the orchestra’s endowment to resolve the $2.85 million deficit and strategize revenue-generating programs, including marketing and fundraising campaigns, the organization announced. Confident in the growth of the endowment, the board unanimously voted April 8 to use the earned interest from the endowment to fully resolve the deficit.
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