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I understand these are tough negotiations, but I don't know if we're seeing enough urgency in resolving this crisis for professional music in the Twin Cities. Scores of businesses and other organizations are impacted by this lockout and we're beginning to lose musicians who are seeking work in other markets. Please fix it while there's still something there that can be fixed. The people advising labor and management to "wait it out" are not on the side of music or our future.
I am on SPCO's mailing list, and received an e-mail thoroughly explaining management's side in their controversy. However I really don't know what to believe. All I know is that the public is losing out.
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