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Atlanta Symphony locks out musiciansAtlanta Symphony locks out musicians
Alas, it is déjà vu all over again for the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. The ASO musicians and management failed to meet the deadline to agree on a new contract after eight months of negotiations. That means the players, while still employees of the orchestra, are effectively locked out of the Woodruff Arts Center (the orchestra's home) and will not receive paychecks until a new agreement can be ratified.

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Nashville Symphony still without musicians' contract
The Nashville Symphony kicked off its new season but a new contract with musicians has yet to be ratified. However, one could be close. We are in the process of finalizing language for a contract proposal to present to the musicians for ratification, said officials. The negotiations are the final hurdle for the symphony as it looks to close out its first operating year since facing a near bankruptcy.
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Andris Nelsons ready for Boston
On Sept. 27, Andris Nelsons will make his first appearance in Boston as the orchestra’s music director. That is actually the second weekend of the orchestra’s 134th season. Mr. Nelsons is the Boston Symphony’s 15th music director, following notable, even legendary, figures, including Arthur Nikisch, Karl Muck, Pierre Monteux, Serge Koussevitzky, Charles Munch and Erich Leinsdorf. But he is only the third director in more than four decades, since William Steinberg left, in 1972.
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