CHICAGO (CBS) — The Lyric Opera of Chicago will resume full operations following the ratification of a new contract for orchestra musicians.

Members of the opera’s orchestra voted on the contract Sunday afternoon after a tentative agreement was reached on Saturday with Lyric Opera management.

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The musicians, represented by the Chicago Federation of Musicians, went on strike Tuesday. During the strike, all Lyric Opera performances were cancelled.

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The new contract now guarantees musicians a 5.6% increase in weekly salary over the 3-year contract term, according to a statement from the Lyric Opera musicians. An additional five weeks will also  be added to the opera’s 22-week “Ring” performance season.  Additionally, Lyric management also agreed to reduce the orchestra size to four musicians instead of five, beginning in the 2019-20 season. The contract also calls for the spring musical for have a guaranteed 37 members employed for the orchestra with a 6.6% increase in salary for the musicals. Health care benefits will be maintained.

“These agreements will protect the artistic brilliance on our stage while also helping to ensure Lyric’s long-term financial security and its future success as one of the world’s great opera companies,” Lyric Opera management said in a statement.

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Performances of the opera’s production of “La Bohème” will resume Wednesday night.