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Source: New York Times

Celebrating organizational renewal after a labor dispute that lasted over a year, the musicians of the Minnesota Orchestra have donated $250,000 to the orchestra, raised from money earned through self-produced concerts and gigs during their hiatus. The ensemble’s associate principal bass, Kathryn Nettleman, labeled the gift a symbol of the “new spirit of collaboration” between all departments in the organization, reports the New York Times. The money will be used to promote music education and community programming.

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Musicians Donate $250,000 to Minnesota Orchestra in Act of Goodwill

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