On Friday night, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra will take the stage at Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, bringing to an end a summerlong showdown that mesmerized much of Maryland. Here's what you need to know about the musicians' contract.
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and its musicians ratified a new one-year contract on Monday, ending a bitter labor dispute that will return the performers to the stage to open the season this weekend.
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra has canceled its preview concert scheduled for Saturday amid a new round of bargaining talks aimed at putting the musicians back on the stage of Meyerhoff Symphony Hall.
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra musicians have overwhelmingly voted to reject what union spokesmen described as a “take it or leave it” offer that would have returned them to Meyerhoff Symphony Hall to open the 2019-20 season this weekend — but at the expense of summer concerts and a steep pay cut.