Sunday, January 8, 2012

New york city opera lockout

  • NEW YORK (AP) — A bitter contract dispute has led to a lockout of orchestra and chorus members at the New York City Opera. Performers were supposed to be at a rehearsal Monday. But the opera and the unions have been in mediation talks since mid-December.
  • (Syracuse Post-Standard)
  • New York City Opera announced Saturday night that it would lock out its musicians and singers on Monday—and cancel their rehearsals for the Operas spring season—after contract negotiations broke down between the two sides.
  • (Crain's New York Business)
  • If no deal is apparent by 6 p.m., the unions will stop negotiating and, I assume, that NYCO will lock out AGMA members on Monday. New York City Opera spokeswoman Risa Heller declined to respond to Gordons comments.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Just ask the New York Metropolitan Opera, whose Live in HD series yields a wad of cash Thunder take on the Houston Rockets after the main event is over.
  • (culturemap.com)
  • A race to relevance that spanned from Western New York opera came to a conclusion.
  • (FOX News)
  • NEW YORK since the lockout ended. NBA commissioner David Stern weighed in on the Howard situation Sunday, saying before the game, Thats the beauty of the soap opera. How it plays out, well wait and see.
  • (Medford Mail Tribune)
  • Chicago struggled mightily against coach Mike Browns new lockout ended. NBA commissioner David Stern weighed in on the Howard situation Sunday, saying before the game, Thats the beauty of the soap opera.
  • (Daily Herald)
  • N.B.A. Commissioner David Stern weighed in on the Howard situation Sunday, saying before the game: "That's the beauty of the soap opera. How it plays out, we'll wait and see.
  • (New York Times)
  • Thats the beauty of the soap opera of basketball, Stern said before the Orlando Magic faced the Oklahoma City Thunder at Chesapeake Energy debut Sunday in Bostons 106-104 loss to the New York Knicks.
  • (Orlando Sentinel)
  • DALLAS—NBA Commissioner David Stern opened his lockout-delayed season by hearing boos from Mavericks Our view was that the best thing was for New Orleans to be a young team, he said. Stern blamed himself for not clarifying that sooner.
  • (York Dispatch Online)

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