Apr 09, 2019

By Andy Johnson

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Striking Chicago Symphony Orchestra musicians have rejected a contract proposal management described as its “last, best and final” offer.

Union officials said the offer would leave musician’s salaries further behind comparable orchestras in Los Angeles and San Francisco.

Orchestra management did not comment on the union’s decision.

The musicians went on strike March 11th over pension and wage issues. The striking musicians have received support from congressmen, musical theatre performers and their own maestro, renowned Italian conductor Riccardo Muti.

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