Close observers of the situation at the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra will be aware of the stream of announcements from musicians on Facebook and other places that they are either taking the retirement package offered by management as part of the recent contract settlement, or in some cases taking a leave of absence to pursue Read more →
SPCO staff working to make up time lost to lock out
As the orchestra lockout continues, it’s creating a back log of grant money intended for projects that have been stalled.
The former leader of the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra was named president and managing director this afternoon.
The seven month musician lockout will end at 12:01am Tuesday.
Today’s 5pm deadline for a vote on a new St. Paul Chamber Orchestra contract has been pushed back to April 29th.
The Ordway Center for the Performing Arts has announced the 2012 Sally Ordway Irvine Awards honoring special achievement by Minnesota artists.
About one hundred students, faculty and alumni gathered on Summit Avenue in Saint Paul this evening to show support for a plan to keep the College of Visual Arts open.
The Executive Director says she’s ready to try something new, and wants to make the break while the Festival is in good health.
Ethan Nosowsky will rejoin Graywolf Press in the new position of editorial director on April 15