BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A lockout of the musicians that make up the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra will take effect Monday.
The orchestra’s board of directors approved the lockout after the musicians and management could not reach an agreement by the end of the regular subscription season.READ MORE: People In Baltimore Protest In Solidarity, Mourning Daunte Wright's Death After He Was Fatally Shot By Police During Traffic Stop In Minnesota
The move comes as the BSO works to end years of financial losses that led them to cancel their summer season.READ MORE: Pause In Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Could Delay Maryland's Goals As Baltimore City Emerges As Potential New Hotspot
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BSO said a bargaining session with the musicians earlier this month was cancelled and no new date has been set.