Atlanta Symphony Orchestra cancels concerts throug...
by Everett Catts
04:01 PM, Monday, September 22
The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra’s 70th season is scheduled to begin Thursday, but with little progress made in negotiations since the musicians’ two-year contract expired Sept. 6, it will be delayed until at least Nov. 8. The 2014-15 season was sup...

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