Orchestra musicians announce spring indie-season

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Not only will the show(s) go on, but the season announced today by the Musicians of the Minnesota Orchestra will feature guest soloists Joshua Bell and Itzhak Perlman and beloved conductor Osmo Vänskä.

The Star Tribune reports the now-independent orchestra will play 10 concerts between January and May at Ted Mann Concert Hall, the O'Shaughnessy at St. Catherine University and Northrop Auditorium.

MPR News says the musicians, who have been locked out for 14 months, remain hopeful they will reach agreement with the Minnesota Orchestra Association. They say, if that happens, they will work on merging their season with management's.

The complete schedule is available at the musicians' website.

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