BALTIMORE (WJZ) — An audit of the struggling Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s finances shows “substantial uncertainty” about the organization’s ability to continue operating, the BSO said Monday.
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The orchestra and its musicians are in the midst of negotiating a new contract, though BSO president Peter Kjome said in a statement that, “there has been no meaningful counterproposal from our musicians that addresses the financial issues our organization is facing.”MORE NEWS: Moderna's Vaccine Is The Most Effective, But Pfizer And J&J Also Protect Well, CDC-led Study Says
The two groups are set to meet for negotiations Wednesday.