With midnight Sunday contract deadlines looming, pressure mounts on all sides.
Archives for September 2012
As time runs out for the Minnesota Orchestra and St. Paul Chamber Orchestra to reach new labor agreements with their musicians unions, we look at how much economic pain work stoppages might cause in their respective hometowns.
When the Brian Nichols Quintet performs tonight and Saturday at St. Paul’s Artists’ Quarter, the musicians will explore jazz in collective and individual ways.
After months of negotiation, and little progress, both the Minnesota Orchestra and the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra face contract deadlines with their musicians this weekend.
While here in the Twin Cities both the Minnesota Orchestra and Saint Paul Chamber are still hammering out their contracts, the chips are falling for other orchestras across the nation.
A new photography exhibit in St. Paul showcases the Hmong-American experience through the eyes of someone who, as a child, often felt smothered by her Hmong culture.
An ‘all theater’ installment this week as the hounds dive into plays about men who are forced to examine their lives and friendships and a woman who is forced to choose between her virginity and her family.
Critics find this production powerful, engaging and charming.
Minnesota Orchestra management says it’s making its final offer while SPCO musicians offer there plan to cut $1.5 million a year from the organizations budget.
Critics give the first show in the Guthrie Theater’s 50th season mixed reviews.