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Met Opera reaches dealMet Opera reaches deal
The Metropolitan Opera reached a tentative four-year contract with its singers and orchestra members, a deal that attempts to reach a middle ground on cost cuts and broadens the role of an independent analyst called on to assess the company's financial state. The agreement averted a lockout that threatened to derail the Met's coming season and marked a significant step toward resolving the labor strife that has roiled it for months.
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Negotiations underway for Nashville Symphony
The Nashville Symphony has one final hurdle to clear before its new season: ratifying a new deal with the Nashville Musicians Association. The final deal could impact the financial turnaround of the symphony, which has roughly $23 million of debt on its books and is looking to sustain a leaner operating budget in the new fiscal year, which began Aug. 1. Musicians agreed to a 15 percent pay cut last August after two months of negotiations. While no musicians jobs were cut, the one-year deal reduced musicians' minimum salary from $60,000 to $51,000.
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Addicts Symphony: drink and drugs widespread
Drink and drug addiction is rife in the classical music world as musicians struggle with performance anxiety, it has been claimed. Rachael Lander, a cellist and former member of the National Youth Orchestra, said many musicians secretly used alcohol and beta-blockers to get through concerts. Addiction problems are widespread among classical musicians, for many reasons. There is the lifestyle, the odd hours, working weekends, post-concert socializing.
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