Musicians, Symphony Management Reach Agreement
By AP / KWMU
St. Louis, MO – Details of the deal were not immediately released last night. The deal still must be approved by the musicians.
Symphony president Randy Adams said he expected results from the voting would released at a news conference Tuesday afternoon.
The Symphony has been shut down since January 3, when musicians voted 85-3 against a four-year offer they say didn't give them a raise they deserved.
Last week, the musicians rejected management's latest proposal without even voting on it, ordering union bargainers back to the table.
Both sides met with a federal mediator over two days last week, then blamed each other for the stalemate.