Striking Chicago Symphony Orchestra Musicians Approve 5-Year ContractMusicians and management at the Chicago Symphony Orchestra approved a new five-year contract and will return to work, after a nearly seven-week strike.
Striking Chicago Symphony Orchestra Musicians And Management Accept Mayor's Offer To Assist In Contract TalksChicago Symphony Orchestra musicians have been on strike since March 10, in a dispute over salaries and retirement benefits.
Chicago Symphony Orchestra Strike Will Go On After Management Rejects Musicians' Latest Counter-OfferA week after Chicago Symphony Orchestra musicians rejected the “last, best and final offer” from management, their own counter-offer has been rejected, meaning their strike will continue.
Chicago Symphony Orchestra Musicians Reject Management's Final Contract Offer; Strike ContinuesChicago Symphony Orchestra musicians have rejected the “last, best and final offer” from CSO management, nearly a month after going out on strike.
Chicago Symphony, Striking Musicians To Restart NegotiationsAbout 100 of the orchestra's musicians have been on strike since March 11 . They last met March 16. Both sides then agreed to take a pause in discussions.
Striking Chicago Symphony Musicians Picket Outside Orchestra HallThe musicians plan to picket outside Orchestra Hall every day from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. until they have a new contract.
On Strike: Chicago Symphony Orchestra MusiciansBeginning at 8:00 Monday morning, picket lines will form across "all the doors of Orchestra Hall" through 8:00 p.m. every day until a contract is reached.
Lyrics Opera Musicians Ratify New ContractThe Lyric Opera of Chicago will resume full operations following the ratification of a new contract for orchestra musicians.
CSO Musicians Get Raises, But Costlier Health CareMusicians with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra will receive a 4.5 percent salary increase over three years under a new contract but will also have to pay increased health care costs.