BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A season preview concert for the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra originally scheduled for Saturday has been canceled amid continued contract disagreements between management and musicians.
BSO management said in a brief statement Friday morning that “efforts continue to make progress,” but so far the two sides have not reached an agreement.READ MORE: Cody Boothe, 26, Charged In April Triple Shooting In Southeast Baltimore
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The concert was put in jeopardy last week after BSO musicians rejected a pair of contract proposals.
Management said it is making every effort to bring concerts back to the state as quickly as possible.MORE NEWS: Baltimore Woman Jamerria Hall, Accused Of Killing Her Two Children, Found Incompetent To Stand Trial