Archive for “Seattle Symphony”

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Seattle symphony musicians have reached an agreement

Posted January 28th, 2010 by genestout reports that the Seattle Symphony Orchestra and its musicians’ union reached an agreement Wednesday (Jan. 27) on a new contract that reduces salaries by five percent through the end of the current season. Read the full story posted by John Levesque here. Last week, the union rejected a “last and best” management offer. Read […]

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Symphony union rejects ‘last and best’ management offer

Posted January 18th, 2010 by genestout

Seattle Symphony and Opera Players’ Organization Sunday unanimously rejected symphony management’s “last and best” offer. Read the details in David Brewster’s report in Crosscut. “The last extension of the musicians’ contract (collective bargaining agreement) with the SSO expired at midnight Dec. 31, and the musicians have already passed a strike authorization, if warranted,” the union […]

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