Pacific Symphony and Musicians' Union Find Harmony in New Contract
Updated: Aug 25
The Pacific Symphony avoided a silent orchestra of striking musicians by reaching an agreement with the union representing them. Hyped as a "landmark contract" by the Symphony's Board of Directors, the terms include a 10.4 percent wage increase over five years. Other key parts include new service guarantees for musicians, more performance opportunities and a more stable income.
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