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Continued: Another Dayton could be key in future of Minnesota Orchestra

  • Last update: May 4, 2013 - 3:22 PM

If it takes a push from the state’s top political leader, let that pushing begin before the damage done to a great orchestra is irreparable.


Editor’s note: Star Tribune Publisher and CEO Michael J. Klingensmith, who serves on the orchestra’s board, was not involved in developing the recommendations included in this editorial.

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    “We are not trying to win this thing; we are trying to save the orchestra.”

    DOUG WRIGHT, principal trombonist and a member of the musicians’ negotiating team

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    “It seems that every time we eliminate a barrier, there’s a new one that seems to pop up.”

    JON CAMPBELL, chairman of the Minnesota Orchestra board

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