Chicago (CBS) — The Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association announced that a free concert scheduled for Tuesday is canceled due to the current strike by the orchestra’s musicians.

South Shore Cultural Center was set to host the All-Access Chamber concert featuring the Wabash Avenue Music Collective.

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If the concert is rescheduled, all current ticket holders will be notified of the new date.

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Announcements of cancellations for additional concerts and events affected by the strike will be issued if necessary.

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Additional information related to the current negotiations is available at cso.org/negotiations.