CHICAGO 〓 Muti stands on the member side with the Labor agreement


Riccardo Muti (music director of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra) sent a letter to management to defend the members around the conclusion of a new collective agreement. Orchestra members have already decided to enter a strike if new collective agreements can not be concluded by March 10. The letter was sent to Jeff Alexander and the council’s chairman Helen Zell. According to the American media, Muti wrote that “their work is not a job but a mission, I hope that they will be given a peaceful time to do their work”

Photo:Chicago Symphony Orchestra

How about this ?

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  2. WASHINGTON 〓 Plácido Domingo accused of sexual harassment

  3. KRASNOYARSK 〓 To establish the Tretyakov International Violin Competition

  4. PRAGUE 〓 Renovation of the Prague State Opera completed and reopened

  5. LONDON 〓 The collection of Rostropovich & Vishnevskaya appeared in the auction

  6. NAPLES 〓 Muti conducts at the San Carlo Theater for the first time in 34 years

  7. LONDON 〓 Missed violin, again in the hands of Steven Morris

  8. WASHINGTON 〓 Kennedy Center lays off members of National Symphony Orchestra

  9. TOKYO 〓 Royal Opera House will come to Japan in September next year

  10. LOS ANGELES 〓 Domingo resigned as the general director of the Los Angeles opera

  11. LONDON 〓 “BBC Proms” will decide whether to hold at the end of May

  12. TURIN 〓 The top three of Teatro Reggio resigned one after another

  13. NEW YORK 〓 Dolora Zajick has announced her retirement from the opera

  14. WASHINGTON 〓 National Symphony Orchestra extended the contract with Gianandrea Noseda until 2025

  15. AMSTERDAM 〓 Katy Woolley was appointed Principal horn player of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra

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