Back in January, before a pops concert, Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra musicians raised “Growth, Not Cuts” signs and spoke to the audience about their contract dispute with symphony management. Eight months later, the musicians are on strike and management has canceled concerts through October.
Back in January, before a pops concert, Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra musicians raised “Growth, Not Cuts” signs and spoke to the audience about their contract dispute with symphony management. Eight months later, the musicians are on strike and management has canceled concerts through October. Rachel Parker Star-Telegram archives
Back in January, before a pops concert, Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra musicians raised “Growth, Not Cuts” signs and spoke to the audience about their contract dispute with symphony management. Eight months later, the musicians are on strike and management has canceled concerts through October. Rachel Parker Star-Telegram archives

Fort Worth Symphony cancels concerts through Nov. 6

September 23, 2016 06:18 PM

UPDATED September 23, 2016 07:08 PM

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